March Online Lectures

Birdwatching in Ecuador

Presented by Susan Eaton, World Traveler

From the rainforest to the Andes Mountains, birdwatching in Southern Ecuador can be quite an adventure! Join Susan as she shares her Ecuadorian experience accompanied by her collection of photos.

Friday, March 12, 1:00-2:00

Free – donations in support of Shepherd’s Center programs & services welcome

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Warriors, Wise Women, and Spirit Beings in Missouri Rock Art

Presented by Dr. Michael Fuller

Several significant rock art sites were created during the Missississippi Period (AD 900 – 1400) in Missouri. This was the period of powerful domination by the Native American kingdom centered at Cahokia Mounds. Dr. Fuller has worked with rock art in Missouri since the 1970s and has used several “new” technological tools to understand the art and artists! He received a PhD degree in Anthropology in 1986 and taught archaeology for over 40 years at St. Louis Community College. He is an active field archaeologist, writer, lecturer, and a Resident Historian for the Viking Cruise line.

Friday, March 19, 1:00-2:00

Free – donations in support of Shepherd’s Center programs & services welcome

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National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPV)

Presented by Nancy Price, League of Women Voters Metro St. Louis

Learn about a way the winner of the most popular votes in the presidential election would be guaranteed the presidency, without eliminating the Electoral College. This plan would also increase attention paid to non-battleground states (like Missouri) and their issues.

Friday, March 26, 1:00-2:00 CT

Free – donations in support of Shepherd’s Center programs & services welcome

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