Date(s) - March 21, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Seaside Public Library
On Wednesday, March 21st, the Necanicum Watershed Council and guest co-host, Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve, welcome S. Kim Nelson, Research Wildlife Biologist at Oregon State University. Nelson will share about the Enigmatic Marbled Murrelet in Oregon, a dove-sized seabird that lives primarily at sea and returns to nest in mature conifer forests. Land conservation as well as ocean-based protections, like Oregon’s five marine reserve sites, house the potential to benefit these birds greatly. Learn the story of this mysterious animals at the next Listening to the Land event.
Listening to the Land is a monthly winter speaker series offered January through May and presented by the Necanicum Watershed Council in partnership with the Seaside Public Library.
. Listening to the Land will continue to explore “living on our dynamic coastal edge” through May. Presentations are held the 3rd Wednesday of every month starting at 6pm at the Seaside Library, 1131 Broadway St, Seaside, OR. Doors open at 5:30pm. Events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.necanicumwatershed.org/events/listening-to-the-land/