Citizen science is one of the best ways community members can learn more about nature, contribute to meaningful and in-need research projects, and help conserve our precious natural resources. John Shillinglaw will describe how folks can participate in protecting the Madison area watersheds and adding to habitat for pollinators, whether you contribute in your own yard or area open lands or both.
John Shillinglaw is a retired ophthalmologist and moved to Madison in 2013. He has been an Audubon member for 45 years and was active with the Fox River Valley Audubon Society. He is a restoration biologist with a special interest in dry prairies. Hobbies include birdwatching, paddling, biking, fly fishing and hiking. He has been a Madison Audubon board member since 2017, and is especially interested in Madison Audubon's education programs.