Alumni spotlight: Stan Senner, ’73, Bethel College


Senner has spent a lifetime protecting birds, oceans, wilderness

by Bethel College and available here

Kauffman Museum brings a distinguished Bethel College alumnus to campus for the next program associated with the museum’s current special exhibit.

The Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum event with Stan Senner, Missoula, Mont., vice president for bird conservation (retired) at the National Audubon Society, will be May 5 at 3 p.m. in the museum auditorium.

Senner’s talk is titled “Birds and Birders Connect Kansas to the World.”

The presentation is in conjunction with “A Day with the Birds: Community Science & the Audubon Christmas Bird Count,” the Kauffman Museum special exhibit that celebrates how Harvey County is part of the world’s oldest citizen science initiative.

Senner will draw on 50 years’ experience in ornithology and natural resource conservation to describe the amazing feats of migratory birds, how they connect Kansas to distant lands and peoples, and what their migrations mean for bird conservation at home and abroad. […]

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