Learn more about the ambassadors for habitat preservation and restoration as the Randall Museum presents The River Otter Ecology Project. The Lecture will be conducted on Thursday, November 8, 2012 by Megan Isadore from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
This free for all event aims to build understanding and shed light on the conservation status and ecology of the North American river otter and the ecosystems they inhabit in the San Francisco Bay Area. Join the San Francisco Naturalist Society (SFNS) in uncovering the biology and ecology of these elusive but important aquatic carnivores while also directly engaging the public in their conservation through field-research, environmental education and strategic restoration partnerships.
The event is open for all ages so feel free to drop by onsite.
For more information, go to www.sfns.org or contact Patrick Schlemmer at JKodiak@earthlink.net or (415) 225-3830.
Volunteers may also join the River Otter Project by signing up at their website at http://www.riverotterecology.org.