The public is invited to enjoy the next in a series of educational presentations hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative at 10 a.m. this Saturday, Nov. 21. All events are free and held virtually on Zoom. The full series schedule can be viewed at tinyurl.com/y4tuesyu.
Saturday’s presentation will be
“ Oregon’s Black Oystercatchers and Rocky Habitats: Revealing its Mysteries to Help Protect a Species of Conservation Concern.”
The Black Oystercatcher is a unique shorebird of conservation concern that depends on rocky shoreline habitats. Joe Liebezeit, Portland Audubon staff scientist, will share about this bird’s unique life history, conservation challenges and results of the multi-year monitoring effort.
To register to take part in this presentation, go to tinyurl.com/oregon-black-oystercatcher.