What better way to spend a chilly November evening than discussing a fascinating natural history topic with an expert in your favorite cozy tavern?

November 5, 2019: 7-8 PM
Bird in Winter: Surviving the Most Challenging Season

Come early (6:30 pm) and meet other fans of science
in Jasper Murdock's Alehouse at the Norwich Inn.

Ever find yourself wondering (as you trundle to your bird feeders in sub-zero temperatures and often knee-deep snow), how in the world our resident birds survive each passing winter? Wonder no more! Come to VCE's Suds & Science event for answers to your burning questions about birds in winter. 
Roger Pasquier , an associate in the Department of Ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History, will discuss his new book,  Birds in Winter: Surviving the Most Challenging Season  (Princeton University Press, 2019). Roger's book is the first devoted to the ecology and behavior of birds during the season when every individual's focus is on survival. 

We'll have a display copy of Roger's book on hand, and you can pick up a flyer to receive a 30% discount on Roger's book when ordered directly from Princeton University Press .

VCE's Suds & Science is a free event for all ages. All talks are recorded by Community Access Television (CATV) , and you can find past talks as well as this season's line-up on VCE's Suds & Science webpage ! The next event will be held on January 7, 2019.