Terns and Crows: Lessons in Endangered Shorebird Management From Venice Beach

Terns and Crows: Lessons in Endangered Shorebird Management From Venice Beach

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Wed., April 12, 7-9 p.m. 2017
Free

Here's the deal: People keep feeding the birds around Venice Beach, just as a colony of endangered Southern California least terns is developing, and because so many crows are hanging out and eating tern eggs and chicks, things have taken a tern for the worse. Tonight the Los Angeles Audubon Society presents Erich Eberts discussing Terns and Crows: Lessons in Endangered Shorebird Management From Venice Beach. Find out about new methods of nonlethal predator control, such as systems that use electricity, or just enjoy the million-dollar view — but stop feeding the birds, all right?

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