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Migración: cómo conectan el mundo los pájaros

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Migración: cómo conectan el mundo los pájaros Migration: How Birds Connect the World

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We are pleased to share this virtual education event for free. To help minimize the financial impact of COVID-19 on our programs, please consider a donation of $5-$15 at registration. Your generosity has helped make the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation a leader in conservation and environmental education in the Laguna watershed for the past 30 years. Thank you for your continued support!

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¡Acompáñenos para un programa virtual divertido diseñado para toda la familia sobre pájaros! ¿Sabías que los pájaros migran miles de millas sobre montañas, mares y hasta continentes? ¡Algunos de estos pájaros migrantes pasan por aquí en el condado de Sonoma! Aprenda más sobre los viajes maravilloso de nuestros amigos plumados y que tenemos en común con ellos en este programa bilingüe con Irma Cuevas y Allison Titus.

Join us for this fun online program for the whole family all about birds! Did you know many birds migrate thousands of miles across mountain ranges, oceans, and continents? Some of these birds stop here in Sonoma County! Learn more about the amazing journeys of our feathered friends and what we have in common in this bilingual program with Irma Cuevas and Allison Titus.

Irma Cuevas is the Community Engagement Coordinator for Sonoma County Regional Parks. Her professional goals include elevating community engagement and programming at Regional Parks to increase equity and inclusivity with historically underserved communities. She has a deep knowledge of the park system and cultural history of our county that she passionately shares with park visitors and the community. Irma is a proud founding member of SoCo LEARN and strives to be of resource to her community, colleagues and county at large. Irma is known for her sense of humor, love of the ocean, music, traveling and geeking out on tide pools.”

This program is the part of the Birding to Beat the Winter Blues series. Join us for the conclusion of the series:

Waterfowl of the Laguna de Santa Rosa & the Pacific Flyway with Dave Barry: February 11

This free program is made possible with support from the County of Sonoma Board of Supervisors Community Investment Program.

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