I’m excited to announce I will be speaking at the Mount Diablo Audubon Society’s December 1st meeting about the status of the last 2 female northern white rhinos, recent scientific advances in rhino reproduction, and implications for the survival species.
Mount Diablo Audubon
Did you know that sparrow sang softer this year? Check out my article on the results of Contra Costa County’s Christmas Bird Count p. 3 Also, Izzy needs a home, check out her sad doggie story on page 16. #birds #ChristmasBirdCount
Mount Diablo Audubon Meeting in Walnut Creek
I am the “Birding Information” pre-speaker talking about Mount Gorillas and
The main program speaker: Birds and Wildlife of Kenya
I’ll be selling signed copies of Rhino in the Room afterward.
The meeting is free to the public.
Camellia Room at The Gardens at Heather Farm, 1540 Marchbanks Drive, Walnut Creek.
6:30 pm Doors open
7:00 pm Birding Info
7:25 pm News
7:40 pm Snacks & Raffle
8:00 pm Main Program
BookEnds Column – page 12 The Stars are Fire by Anita Shreve
Page 14 includes my freelance article on elephants.
Page 16 has info on a senior pup named Peanut Butter through my Ruby Dooby Do to the Rescue.