Image © 2009 Glenn Nevill
Glenn R. Stewart of the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group will discuss falcons in a changing world, and will be accompanied by, Olga, a live falcon. Falcons that once nested in remote cliffs are now nesting in cities on man-made structures such as buildings and bridges. In 1970 there were only two known nesting pairs of peregrines in California; today the population has recovered to over 250 known nesting pairs, including several in the Bay Area.
Co-sponsored by the Business Science and Technology Center and the Wallace Stegner Environmental Center. This is a Green Stacks Program.
This is a Green Stacks event.
- First Friday Fun Flicks!
- Friday, April 7, 2017, 3:00 pmPortola, Portola Meeting Room
- Pre-Earth Day Seed Swap
- Saturday, April 15, 2017, 11:00 amMain Library, 6 Floor Terrace
- San Bruno Mountain: Endangered Habitat
- Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 7:00 pmSunset, Sunset Children's Area