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PHOTOS: ALECIA SMITH

HAVE YOU FOUND AN INJURED BIRD, LOST FLEDGLING, OR NEST?

The mission of the Ventura Audubon Society is to promote at the local level, by education and action, the protection and restoration of bird populations and wildlife habitat for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biodiversity.  

FIELD TRIPS ARE BACK

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

DECEMBER MONTHLY PROGRAM

Topic: "The Condor's Shadow" Film Viewing

Speaker: Joseph Brandt

Date/Time: December 14, 2021; 7 PM PDT

Film Summary: The Condor's Shadow profiles the ongoing challenge of bringing the iconic California condor back from the brink of extinction. Biologist Joseph Brandt, zookeeper Mike Clark, toxicologist Myra Finkelstein as well as a feisty condor named Pitahsi all contribute to the narrative in a year-in-the-life story of endangered species recovery. With vérité footage shot in the ruggedly beautiful nesting habitat of the condor and interviews with those who have lived the story for more than thirty years, this heart-wrenching and beautiful film will make you appreciate the passion and hard work required to pull a species back from the brink.

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