About: Joan Bird worked as a conservation biologist for many years in both public and private organizations, including The Nature Conservancy, and Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. Academically, she earned a BS in psychology and a Ph.D. in zoology, specializing in animal behavior, evolutionary ecology and ornithology. Her doctoral research on inter-island variation in West Indian finches combined her love of nature and travel. Joan has written numerous articles for scientific and conservation publications and freelanced as a nature interpretation writer. A lifelong student of unexplained phenomena, and long-time member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Joan has spent much of her life working as a community educator and change agent toward a more conscious, peaceful and compassionate world. Her interest and research in UFOs and ETs began with the 1998-2000 crop circles in northwestern Montana.
Talk Synopsis: Coming soon…