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Unraveling the Mystery of Avian Keratin Disorder in Alaska - Livestream

Avian keratin disorder (AKD) is an outbreak of debilitating beak deformities affecting wild birds. First observed among Black-capped Chickadees in Alaska in the late 1990s it now appears to affect a variety of species across a broad geographic area. Danielle Gerik will present results of tracking AKD across the globe using citizen science and will discuss which bird species might be most vulnerable.

Speaker: Danielle Gerik, Alaska Science Center

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Thursday, 09/21/23


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