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09Apr
Birds of the Laguna de Santa Rosa - Presentation by Denise Cadman
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Food available for purchase.Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
Date: April 09, 2019 to April 09, 2019
Where: Food available for purchase.Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation, 900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa, California, United States, 95401
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Birds are the one form of wildlife that nearly everyone encounters daily. Birds provide natural insect control. Birds are indicators of environmental health. Birds are found nearly everywhere in the world. They capture our imaginations, stimulate innovation and provide respite from the demands of our lives. And... birds... fly. Their arrivals and departures mark changing seasons and they even build tiny houses with just two feet and a beak. More than 200 species rely on the Laguna and its mosaic of habitats for food, shelter and nesting sites. Join us for a visual journey that includes an introduction to ornithology, plus a tour of some of the local bird habitats, and "meet" some the species that depend on them.  Come learn, rekindle your avian affections, or maybe fall in love with our bird companions for the first time. Denise Cadman has been an environmental steward of the Laguna for more than 25 years. She grew up in the wilds of Rincon Valley and earned her BA, secondary teaching credential, and Master of Arts degree in biology from Sonoma State University. She works as an Environmental Specialist for the City of Santa Rosa focused on creek stewardship, environmental education and resource management. Additionally, she teaches at Santa Rosa Junior College as an adjunct faculty member in the Life Sciences Department. Denise has been integral to teaching and inspiring a love of the Laguna through the Laguna Foundation's docent training program since its inception in 1998. Denise attributes her career in natural resource management to a love of birds. For more information, visit www.lagunafoundation.org or contact Christine Fontaine, Director of Education ProgramsLaguna de Santa Rosa Foundation(707) 527-9277 x102 christine@lagunafoundation.org CANCELLATION POLICY: If you need to cancel, please notify us as soon as possible so that someone on the wait list may attend. Due to administrative costs, events that cost $20 and less are non-refundable (except in case of o
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