Houston Audubon presents Midway Atoll: The Effect of Plastic Pollution on Birds

<i>Midway Atoll: The Effect of Plastic Pollution on Birds</i>
Photo courtesy of Houston Audubon

Despite being thousands of miles from civilization, plastic pollution from Asia and the Americas constantly washes up on the pristine shores of Midway. Plastic is found in the stomachs of the many birds that call the atoll home. Houston Audubon Conservation Specialist Anna Vallery spent six months on Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in 2015 as a biological science intern. She immediately fell in love with the habitat, the wildlife, and, of course, the seabirds. But during her time there she was faced with the harsh reality that human activity has impacted even the most remote locations. Midway has since become the heart of the plastic pollution movement and is inspiring cities far away, like Houston, to do better.

Event Details

When

3.14.19 | 7:00 pm

Where

United Way of Greater Houston Community Resource Center
50 Waugh Dr.
Houston, TX 77007

Ticket Info

Admission is free.