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California Condor Recovery | SF

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 7:00 pm | Cost: $5*
*Free for members or $5

First Unitarian Universalist Church and Center | 1187 Franklin St., San Francisco, CA

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Bay Area Science Events

This event is curated by the Bay Area Science Festival as part of their year-round calendar of science events.

The festival takes place each fall with 10 days of science and technology lectures, games, exhibits, workshops and hands-on activities all over the Bay Area. 

> Find tons more Bay Area science events at bayareascience.org

Thursday, August 17, 2017
Bay Area Science Events

The recovery of California Condors from near-extinction is one of the inspiring stories of American conservation. Richard Neidhardt will describe the California Condor Recovery Project’s past and present work restoring populations of this iconic raptor. He’ll also share his personal experiences working as a volunteer with the condor program at Pinnacles National Park.

Richard Neidhardt was born and raised in South Carolina. He grew up on a lake, obsessed with everything that crawled, hopped, slithered, swam or flew. This obsession has stayed with him throughout his life. After a 40-year career as a construction manager/estimator, Richard retired in 2009 and began volunteering with the Pinnacles condor program in 2010. Richard is a board member of the Pinnacles National Park Foundation, and serves as the chair of the Pinnacles Condor Fund. He is also a board member of the Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival, one of the largest bird festivals in the nation.

Please note that the topic for the night has changed to California Condors.

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Cost: $5*
*Free for members or $5
Categories: Geek Event, Lectures & Workshops
Address: 1187 Franklin St., San Francisco, CA