Bonny Doon Wildlife: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Wednesday, September 13, 7:30 p.m.
In Person at the Bonny Doon Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room
Virtually via Zoom
See below for instructions on how to participate virtually
Ecologist Grey Hayes will be the featured speaker, presenting “Bonny Doon Wildlife: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”.
Dr. Grey Hayes’s presentation about the diversity of wildlife in Bonny Doon, highlighted with wonderful photos and videos taken by Bonny Doon residents, will help us understand the species we live alongside and how we can and why we should help those species to persist for generations to come. Dr. Hayes, a North Coast resident who has entertained and informed audiences at RBDA meetings in the past, will be discussing our wildlife neighbors past and present, covering the variety of animals, the changes that have taken place over time and how best to coexist with them. We are so very fotunate to live amongst the multitude of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects, both large and small, common and not so common (even rare), that populate our mountain.
Details on How to Participate in the Virtual Public Meeting
Zoom (zoom.us) is a video conference platform that is free to use through either a web browser or application, and audio participation is possible through a dial-up connection on your phone. Zoom Meeting Instructions:
To join by internet:
1) go to http://zoom.us/join
2) Enter the Meeting ID. 987 3871 7843
3) Click join
4) Enter passcode: 418702
To join by phone:
1) Call +1 669 900 6833
2) When prompted enter the Meeting ID. 987 3871 7843
3) When prompted enter passcode: 418702