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ExperTalk Series: “Raptors of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands”

Posted on: Mar 22, 2017 / Events-News / 0 COMMENTS


The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve provides a unique habitat for many flora and fauna species, some more common than others. Rich in food sources and an excellent climate, Bolsa Chica hosts many birds of prey, also known as raptors. A variety of hawks, falcons, kites and owls call the wetlands home. Learn from the experts of the Orange County Birds of Prey and meet up close and personal their Ambassadors. Join us to hear about these nocturnal and diurnal species, their classification, their common names and migration patterns.

Speaker Biography:

Since 1997, the non-profit organization, O.C. Birds of Prey has been solely dedicated in treating and rehabilitating injured raptors, as well as educating the public to prevent raptor injuries as a long term solution. As many non-profit organizations, O.C. Birds of Prey relies heavily on volunteers who share their passion in raptor education. Don’t miss out on a unique opportunity to learn more about these rare species from a knowledgeable docent, and see the Center’s Ambassadors debut appearance inside the Bolsa Chica Conservancy’s Interpretive Center.

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