This program will begin at 7:30pm (updated 11/17/14)
Kim Corwin, will speak about her experiences in the clean up efforts of the Deepwater Horizon Spill. Kimberley Corwin is an Ecologist with a specialty in birds and herps, and has experience as a scientific editor. She joined the New York Coop Unit in October 2011 to assist with the revision of the New York State endangered species list and the Species of Greatest Conservation Need list. She is stationed in Albany, NY within the NYSDEC’s Bureau of Wildlife. Prior to this work, Kimberley was the Project Coordinator of the NYS Breeding Bird Atlas Project and Co-Editor of the resulting publication, The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State. Most recently, she spent a year working in Louisiana on the emergency oil spill response following the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
Programs are held at the Elm Park United Methodist Church, Chestnut Street, Oneonta, New York. Programs typically begin at 7:30 PM. Programs are free and open to the public – refreshments are served. For further information, contact Eleanor Moriarty at 607-435-2054.