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Lost and Imperiled Species of the Oregon Coast: An exploration of Oregon's lost, recovering, and threatened wildlife

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When: Oct 24, 2018 from 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm

Join Portland Audubon and partner Oregon Wild for an evening with local experts and hear about the history, ecological value, and challenges facing Oregon's native coastal wildlife. Species highlighted will include the Western Snowy Plover, Marbled Murrelet, and sea otter.

Where: Pine Grove Community Center, 225 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon

Join Portland Audubon and partner Oregon Wild for an evening with local experts and hear about the history, ecological value, and challenges facing Oregon's native coastal wildlife. Species highlighted will include the Western Snowy Plover, Marbled Murrelet, and sea otter. 

Learn about ways you can play a role in helping protect imperiled coastal species from Joe Liebezeit, Avian Conservation Program Manager with Portland Audubon, Danielle Moser, Wildlife Coordinator with Oregon Wild, Bob Bailey with the Elakha Alliance, Sean Matthews, Pacific Fisher and Pacific Marten Expert at OSU, and Vanessa Blackstone, Wildlife Biologist with Oregon Parks and Recreation. Short presentations will be followed by audience Q & A and discussion. 

Light refreshments will be provided. The event is free!

Contact: Joe Liebezeit, jliebezeit@audubonportland.org; 971-222-6121

Snowy Plover
By Scott Carpenter
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