|Birds of Pakistan – A webinar with Prof. Z. B. Mirza
A Live Webinar with Prof Z. B. Mirza
Registration: Open to all.
Date: June 4, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM
On June 4, 2021, the Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) hosted Prof. Z. B. Mirza (Senior Ornithologist, Conservationist, and Bird Artist) for a webinar on the Birds of Pakistan! The event was streamed live on our Facebook page. The webinar, where we embark on an exhilarating journey of exploring the birds of Pakistan, can now be also watched on our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/26RJRG3yIZw.
Prof. Z. B. Mirza (Prof. Zahid Baig Mirza) is the most experienced naturalist and ornithologist of Pakistan and has gained widespread international and national recognition for his dedicated work as a field scientist. To date, Prof. Mirza has authored over 60 research publications and 27 books including the widely acclaimed Field Guide to Birds of Pakistan and the Illustrated Handbook of Animal Biodiversity of Pakistan. Prof. Mirza is also a senior member of Islamabad Wildlife Management Board and Chair of its Scientific Committee, the Chairman of the Snow Leopard Foundation, Professional Consultant for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Management Plans of Pakistan, and an Executive Member of the WWF Scientific Council Pakistan. Prof. Mirza is the recipient of two Lifetime Achievement Awards and is also celebrated as one of the founding members of WWF, Pakistan and the First Director of the Pakistan Museum of Natural History (PMNH), Islamabad along with the awardee of numerous other accolades!
We, at KSS, thoroughly enjoyed learning about some of the most interesting features of the birds of Pakistan with Prof. Z. B. Mirza, and wholeheartedly hope that you will also benefit from this exciting session!
This webinar is a part of a series by KSS to celebrate the biodiversity in Pakistan and inform the general audience about the threats faced by some endangered fauna species, and the need to conserve them.
Prof Z. B. Mirza
Chairperson, Scientific Committee, Islamabad Wildlife Management Board
Science Communicator, KSS
Public Webinar Video on YouTube