After spending nearly 5 months along the Gulf Coast, lead wildlife rescuers will give an eye opening account of their experiences on Saturday afternoon, December 4th in Monterey, CA.
Jay Holcomb of International Bird Rescue (San Francisco), world leader in oiled wildlife recovery and aquatic bird care, will join WildRescue (Monterey) directors Rebecca Dmytryk and Duane Titus in recounting their experiences. Anecdotes and never‐seen video clips and pictures will offer a firsthand look at what it was like to be on the frontlines of the largest oil spill disaster in U.S. history.
The program will be presented at Monterey Peninsula College ‐ Lecture Hall 103, 980 Fremont St., Monterey, CA. It starts at 3 PM and will until 4:30 PM. Download the flyer
Tickets are $15; $20 at the door.
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The talk benefits WildRescue, a Moss Landing CA based wildlife rescue group.
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This is great. However, in the long term the tragedy will be that survivability analysis will be disabled by the legal process, barriers to allowing scientists into colonies, and BP being worried about their fiscal bottom line. Perhaps you can convince your supporters to put pressure on the agencies and BP to prioritize good science through EFFICIENT and well-informed decision-making. We need to have a better understanding of long term impacts…so that we validate the tremendous efforts you have gone through to save those oiled birds.
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