Discovering Wildlife Lecture Series - California & Steller Sea Lions
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Please join us for a series of presentations by biologists about Oregon's fascinating wildlife! These are slide shows followed by a question and answer forum with the speaker(s). Admission is $5 per person. Free if you're a member of Oregon Wildlife. Registration is required.
Wednesday, April 17 - California and Steller Sea Lions
The seal and sea lion (pinniped) population on Oregon's coast is healthy, abundant, and growing. As our human population also grows, so do the number and frequency of pinniped interactions with human activities. More recently, pinnipeds have ventured hundreds of miles up Oregon rivers where our efforts to recover depleted salmon runs may be affected by their foraging behaviors. While pinnipeds are important elements of coastal and marine ecosystems, their behavior can negatively impact other important resources.
We hope you can attend this presentation by ODFW Wildlife Biologist Robin Brown about sea lions, seals, and efforts to minimize human-wildlife conflict.
Presentation is from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Arrive earlier if you would like to meet our presenter.
Billy Frank Jr. Conference Room
721 NW Ninth Avenue, Portland, Oregon
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