Date(s) - 03/22/2015
Bucks County Audubon Society will welcome Michelle Grossman, NBC10 Meteorologist on
Sunday, March 22 at 2pm at Delaware Valley College’s new Life Sciences Building. Michelle
Grossman, a resident of Doylestown, PA has over 10 years of experience working for NBC10 in
Philadelphia conceptualizing, writing and presenting weather stories to viewers. Ms. Grossman
will present a talk on climate and weather modeling and what she has learned from those efforts.
Ms. Grossman holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University and Broadcast
Meteorologist Certificate from Mississippi State University. Bucks County Audubon Society
is holding these programs as part of an educational series about the changes taking place in a
warming world. The series is highlighting impacts on weather, birds, and humankind in the face
of data showing steady sea level rise and the melting of the polar ice caps.
Part Three in the Lecture Series will be April 19 at 2pm, with Gregory George, Ph.D. and
Professor of Biology at Delaware Valley College who has conducted extensive research in
the United States and Central America on the populations of Cerulean Warblers, a neotropical
songbird in severe decline due to loss of habitat. Dr. George is leading important research in
avian conservation with his students at Delaware Valley College.
Part Four in the Lecture Series will be Sunday, May 17 at 2pm, with Jim Greenwood, who serves
on the Board of the National Audubon Society and is a Former Congressman from this District.
Mr. Greenwood will be presenting with Gary Langham, Chief Scientist of the National Audubon
Society (NAS) about population studies on over 314 species of birds in North America.
The programs are free and open to the public. Ample parking is available in the parking lot in
front of the Life Sciences Building off of New Britain Road. Visit www.BCAS.org for more