Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 7pm-9pm at the First Presbyterian Church, San Rafael
Explore the concepts of habitat connectivity and wildlife corridors. Our open space districts, park lands and water districts provide us with drinking water, space to recreate and scenic vistas. If these lands are contiguous they provide the terrestrial and riparian habitat connectivity needed by many wildlife species. Learn how gaps in connectivity created by roads, cities and farms form barriers to wildlife. Yet river otters have returned to Marin and mountain lions thrive in the Bay Area, living with 7 million people. Biologists will share stories about the lives of our local river otters and pumas, and teach us how to be better neighbors to wildlife.
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