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Pregame Your Brain: Wildlife x Nightlife
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM CAVEAT
Date: November 16, 2018 to November 16, 2018
Where: CAVEAT, 21A Clinton Street, New York, New York, United States, 10002
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Event Type: Education
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Science fairs for adults - how Caveat does happy hour.  Pregame Your Brain: Wildlife x Nightlife - Ever wonder what you can do in NYC to save the world? Grab a drink with us and meet a few environmental organizations around New York who can help you do just that. 6pm-8pm (drop in anytime!) Tickets: FREE with advanced RSVP,  or $5 at the door 21+ PRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS: NYC Audubon Society Natural Areas Conservancy Wolf Conservation Center Riverkeeper   NYU Stern SISA for World Toilet Day EcoWomen STATIONS + PRESENTERS: NYC Audubon Society's Station: Project Safe Flight -- Over 1 billion birds collide with buildings every year in the US, but creative thinking about built environments, specialized glass and curbing artificial light can help reduce collisions that kill migrating birds. Join NYC Audubon to learn how its scientists are studying this challenge and what you can do to help - and take home a sculpted paper bird you make yourself as a winged reminder of our favorite feathery friends! NYC Audubon Society Presenters: --Kathryn Heintz is the Executive Director at NYC Audubon. She is eager to advance NYC Audubon's scientific research, to build its educational work and public programs, and to support its advocacy activities throughout the five boroughs --Kaitlyn Parkins is a Conservation Biologist at NYC Audubon. began her career in the biological sciences by studying native plants, surveying monarch butterflies, assisting with songbird banding, and working in environmental education. Her current research interests include animal migration and movement and innovative approaches to creating habitat in urban spaces.  --Danielle Sherman is the Programs Manager and Advocacy Coordinator at NYC Audubon. she has worked as an interpretation associate for Liberty Science Center and as the director of scheduling and advance for the Speaker of the New York City Council. Danielle still harbors a deep love for the area and its wildlife. --- Natural Areas Conservancy's Statio
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