Peregrine Falcons Population Recovery and Beyond

Please join the Friends of Sausal Creek (FOSC) this Wednesday night for a presentation on “Peregrine Falcons: Population Recovery and Beyond” from 7-9 p.m. at Dimond Library, 3565 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland. Learn about peregrine falcon population recovery efforts from bird bander and conservation biologist Glenn R. Stewart, director of the University of California Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group. Glenn will describe the techniques used by the Predatory Bird Research Group to achieve the peregrine falcon population recovery, discuss current studies of the recovered population that foster conservation education, and make specific comments about the Sausal Creek Watershed peregrine falcons that nest at the Fruitvale Bridge. He will be accompanied by a live peregrine falcon. All are welcome!
By Mariah Carle
Wednesday March 21 2012

7-9 p.m. at Dimond Library,

3565 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, CA

Peregrine Falcons Population Recovery

Peregrine Falcons: Population Recovery

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  1. Together with many others I think that the work can ealisy be carried out around the falcons. I would love to offer my support for the board but when I tried to discuss the matter with Mr Michaelson he was dismissive and extremely rude and told me he did not need to discuss this with anyone.He has yet to reply to a single e mail from me.Everyone involved with the birds feels that we can keep the birds on Sussex heights and fix our building. We have the will but sadly the board and PM does not have that will. Some of the reasons given for moving the birds are quite incredible and I am confident that a sensible solution of fixing the roof And keeping our falcons can be found. Thank you for starting this discussionallan sayers 23 B

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