"Crash: A Tale of Two Species" 

Date: August 27, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM

"Crash: A Tale of Two Species" 

Showing of the film on:
Wednesday, August 27th
Meeting Room N111
Ocean  City Free Public Library

"Crash: A Tale of Two Species" 
 The film is about the interdependency of the Red Knot Bird and the Horseshoe Crab.  In the Spring when the Delaware Bay waters warm and the Horseshoe Crabs spawn,  Shore Birds come to the beaches of the Delaware Bay to feed upon the nutrient rich eggs of the Horseshoe Crab.  Some of the many species that fly thru the area have traveled thousands of miles from their winter residences and stop here, one of four major "refueling stations" in the world.  This is why it is such an attraction to avid birders.  As well they get to view a truly Prehistoric animal's relative.


A Discussion will follow the film lead by Jim May.
May attended Rutgers and is a member of the Burlington County Solid Waste Advisory Board
and a past member of the county Air Advisory Committee
and the county Regional Environmental Health Advisory Committee.
He also was part of a team in the 1980's which used old Christmas trees to build dunes along our beaches.




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