Pigeons are everywhere and we birders aren’t usually excited to see them. But watching pigeons can improve our understanding of our local birds from genetics to behavior to conservation. Plus, their history is endlessly fascinating. This talk by nature cartoonist Rosemary Mosco will have you chuckling while you rethink the pigeon. She will be speaking to our SFV Audubon chapter on September 28th at 5:00 in the evening.
Rosemary makes books and cartoons that connect people with the natural world. Her Bird and Moon nature comics won the National Cartoonists Society’s award for Best Online Short Form Comic, were the subject of an award-winning exhibit, and have appeared in exhibits at AAAS headquarters and the Peabody Essex Museum.
She makes science books for kids and adults, and gives engaging keynotes. She’s written and drawn for the New York Times, Audubon, Ranger Rick magazine, and more. She has also judged a bird tattoo contest, and her favorite glacial landform is the Esker.
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