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Bird’s Eye View of Ecology | Golden Gate Park

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Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE
San Francisco County Fair Building | 9th and Lincoln Street, San Francisco, CA

Event Details

Using videos in which Josiah has captured birds and their habitats, he will lead you on a bird safari getting up close and personal with many cool, fierce and cute locals you have probably never seen before. Looking to birds as “environmental indicators” he will go over some of the prevailing and fundamental ecological concepts in the area and see how these create opportunities and challenges to your native feathered friends.

Footage includes several species of local raptors, owls and perhaps a dozen songbird species. Josiah will discuss identification, behaviors, foraging methods and breeding requirements of some of San Francisco’s most emblematic bird species. Understanding the ecology of local birds will not only make each of us a better naturalist but also a better habitat advocate and steward as well.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, Lectures & Workshops, Outdoors, Pets
Address: 9th and Lincoln Street, San Francisco, CA