Friends of Five Creeks’ Bay Currents talks resume Sept. 13, 2016!
These free talks on natural history and environmental issues, with emphasis on positive solutions are offered fall-spring
First or Second Tuesdays,
St. Albans Parish Hall, 1501 Washington, Albany
Refreshments 7 PM, talks 7:30 to 9 PM.
Our first fall talk brings us tales of fascinating efforts to save some of the Bay Area's rarest creatures: least terns, Lange's metalmark butterflies, the Antioch Dunes evening primrose, and the Contra Costa wildflower. Our speaker is Susan Euing, supervisor of the Alameda and Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuges, which shelter these rare species.
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Short descriptions of previous Bay Currents talks here.