Tonight! September 25th at 5:45 pm, the Santa Barbara Zoo is hosting a lecture night to discuss the California Condor recovery. This is a rare opportunity to hear from biologists who are on the front lines of the condor recovery effort in the California backcountry.
According to the Zoo’s website, “by 1982, the California condor teetered on the brink of extinction; only 22 birds remained in the world. The last wild California condor was captured at Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge in 1987. Following an unprecedented multi-agency captive breeding and reintroduction effort, the condor is well on its way to recovery with more than 230 flying free.”
What: At the Watering Hole: “The California Condor Recovery”
Where: Santa Barbara Zoo in the Volentine Family Gallery
When: Thursday, Sept. 25th, 5:45 – 7:15 pm
Cost: $10 for non-members, $8 for SB Zoo members
Tips: Get there as early as 5 pm to enjoy appetizers. There will also be a cash beer & wine bar.