The sparkling flow and pleasing sounds of freshwater streams not only create some of the most inviting places to be in our preserves, they also host fascinating populations of fishes and other organisms that thrive only in clear, cool waters. Audubon’s Eric Lind will be leading a hands-on exploration and workshop about this easily-overlooked and vulnerable biological community.
Based at the Audubon New York state office in Albany, Eric’s primary role is to advance the practice of conservation through the intersection of education, engagement, and action. Eric has years of experience in field research, habitat restoration, aquatic studies, and environmental impact review. He is also an award-winning conservation photographer and avid outdoor enthusiast.
Masks and social distancing are required during this event and registration will be limited.