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Waterfowl of the Laguna de Santa Rosa and the Pacific Flyway

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Learn how the Laguna de Santa Rosa is an important stopover along the Pacific Flyway for thousands of migrating ducks and birds.

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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!

Ducks, geese, wonderful waterfowl! Learn about how the Laguna de Santa Rosa is an important stopover along the Pacific Flyway for thousands of migrating ducks and other water-loving birds during the winter. Learn cool facts, like the difference between “dabbling" and “diving” ducks, how far geese migrate, and how to tell the difference between male and female waterfowl. We will also talk about some of the challenges that these birds face, as well as conservation success stories.

Dave Barry is a certified California Naturalist, a certification program created by UC Berkeley and UC Davis. Dave brings a breath of experience and knowledge of birding and nature to his volunteer work mentoring young birders, leading bird tours and nature hikes, and giving natural history talks. Dave is a Santa Rosa native and has done programs with LandPaths, Sonoma Land Trust, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, the Wildlands Conservancy, and is a lead naturalist with West County Hawk Watch.

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

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