Just a reminder.
Wildlife and the Oak Woodlands
The complex web of life among our local oak trees will be the subject
of a slideshow/lecture by Bob Keiffer on Thursday, March 16, 7 p.m. at
the Ukiah Civic Center. Keiffer will discuss the over 300 species of
mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, including the tree-climbing
salamander, that depend on Mendocino�s eleven different kinds of oaks.
Keiffer, who has lived in Mendocino County all his life, has a degree
in Wildlife Management and has been the Superintendent of Agriculture
at the Hopland Research and Extension Center for 22 years. From Hwy 101
take Perkins Street west to State Street (second light). Go left on
State. After three blocks turn right on Seminary Ave. Take it to the
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