Lecture: The Wonderful Life of a Dying Tree

2012-August-Mother-Oak-6.jpgStanding dead and dying trees called "snags" are important for wildlife in both natural and landscaped settings. They are vital to the survival of many wildlife species, they increase habitat value, and encourage protection of the natural world. Gillian Martin will be sharing her knowledge on The Cavity Conservation Initiative, which aims to restore and conserve sustainable habitats for all organisms that are ecologically dependent on tree cavities. You will learn about the many animals that use dead and dying trees such as woodpeckers, owls and other bird species, squirrels, bats, insects, raccoons, and lizards, just to name a few. Gillian will share with you how dead trees can live on as excellent natural habitats for all types of organisms!

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July 30, 2014 at 7pm - 8:30pm
RMV Presentation Center
28811 Ortega Hwy
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
United States
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