The talk will feature three rare birds that the real James Bond collected for science in the West Indies (including one now feared extinct) and an ornithologist/spy or two, notably the American Museum of Natural History's James Chapin.
(He once had lunch with Bond, and it changed his life.)
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(That's the Cuban Tody from the cover of the 1936 Birds of the Indies above.)