Project Wildlife Lecture SoCal Parrots
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2017
Time: 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: San Diego Humane Society (San Diego Campus)
5500 Gaines Street
San Diego, CA 92110
It is common knowledge in environmental research that birds are “sentinel species” often signaling change in ecosystems (local to global). The parrot family is one of the most rapidly declining groups of animals on the planet, yet Southern California is now home to at least 13 species of naturalized (non-invasive) wild parrots. Come learn what research on these local wild parrots are telling us about the health of our planet and how the future of wild parrot conservation for these and many other species could lie within our SoCal Parrots. This discussion will be led by Brooke Durham, who founded local nonprofit SoCal Parrot after realizing a need for our wild parrots care and consideration in the wildlife community. For more infomation, please visit their website at www.socalparrot.org
Cost is $10 per person.
Classes are for people only - please leave your great pets at home.
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