Promoting a conservation ethic in people of all ages is central to our mission of Conservation in Action. Audubon Canyon Ranch offers exploration and learning opportunities for nature enthusiasts of all ages on three of its preserves: the Martin Griffin Preserve, the Bouverie Preserve and the Modini Mayacamas Preserves.

Join us on the preserves to explore seasonal changes, observe nesting birds and migrating newts, learn about native peoples' use of the land, hike past wildflower meadows and through redwood groves. Visitation is limited on all three preserves in order to ensure that human impact is kept in balance with land and habitat preservation goals.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

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Bay Area Natural History: A Great Minds Panel Discussion

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Bay Area Natural History: A Great Minds Panel Discussion

Apr 18 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Bolinas Community Center

Concurrent with the museum's exhibitions of natural history, join us for an enthralling conversation with prominent local scientists and artists who will share insights into our local ecosystems. Biologist, author and research associate Peter Pyle has studied birds and the ecosystem of our region for forty years, including initiating definitive studies of Farallon Islands' birds, surrounding waters and Great White sharks. Harvard trained, photographer Josie Iselin uses her large images, research, and new book to illuminate complex seaweed life and interspecies relationships such as that between kelp and sea otters. Dr. Nils Warnock, Director of Conservation Science at Audubon Canyon Ranch, spent eight years as director of Audubon in Alaska, where half a billion birds from all over the globe come to nest. Artist Ellen Litwiller creates exhibits for natural history museums, from the Smithsonian to California Academy of Science. A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, she also exhibits her fine art. Climate scientist Dr. Peter J. Gleckler contributed to multiple reports of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and has particular expertise in ocean warming.

Event Location: Bolinas Community Center,14 Wharf Rd, Bolinas, CA 94924

Free / $10 Suggested Donation

Presented by the Bolinas Museum



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