2 of 6: Oaks as Wildlife Habitat (CreekSpeak)
Join Putah Creek Council’s second CreekSpeak talk of 2012 on June 21, 2012.
The 7 PM talk at the Winters Library, 708 Railroad Ave, will investigate oaks as wildlife habitat. CreekSpeak is Putah Creek Council’s six-month series of community talks about the nature, culture, and history of our region.
John McNerny, Wildlife Biologist for City of Davis, will help us understand how oaks, from acorns, to leaves, to roots, to galls, to dead wood, provide habitat for wildlife, in and around Putah Creek. Oaks are the dominant canopy tree in our area, and provide crucial links in many different species' life-cycles.
CreekSpeak talks are free to Putah Creek Council members and open to the public. A $5 donation is requested from those who have not-yet joined the Council.
Additional talks in 2012 will include: River in Ruin: Tales from the Carmel River, Ray March (July 19); Changing a Channel, Changing a Community, Rich Marovich (September 20); Fish, Farms, and Flooding in the Yolo Bypass, Jacob Katz (September 20); Putah Creek Water Quality, Mike Deas (October 18).
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