Amy Rigby & Roger F. Pasquier

May 17, 2020

Tonight on Inquiry we welcome songwriter, musician, and performer AMY RIGBY. She has written a wonderful memoir of her formative years in New York City in the late 70s and early 80s and how her career in music began: GIRL TO CITY: A MEMOIR.

How does a tiny chickadee survive in the northern woods in winter where temperatures may go down to 20 degrees below zero? What is winter like for warblers that breed in Massachusetts forests, but overwinter in Central America? Tonight on Inquiry we talk with ROGER F. PASQUIER. He is a life-long birder and has had a career with the International Council for Bird Conservation, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the National Audubon Society. He is currently an associate in the Department of Ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History. We will be discussing his latest book: BIRDS IN WINTER: SURVIVING THE MOST CHALLENGING SEASON.

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