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Marbled Murrelet Ecology and Conservation

Join the 15th annual Marbled Murrelet community science survey.  This year, due to COVID-19 this event will be virtual. RSVP required! We are offering one virtual event. Learn more about the Marbled Murrelet Community Science Project

Oregon State University ornithologist and Marbled Murrelet expert Kim Nelson and Paul Engelmeyer of Portland Audubon and manager of Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary will lead this event.  The presentation will cover general murrelet ecology, importance of the Cape Perpetua IBA and marine reserves, updates on the Oregon Marbled Murrelet Project and the latest on murrelet conservation efforts in Oregon. We will also provide information on how murrelet surveys are conducted.  Come join this event and learn more about Marbled Murrelets, the ‘Globally Significant’ Central Coast Murrelet Important Bird Area, with 100,000 acres of murrelet habitat in the Siuslaw National Forest and adjacent near-shore waters.

Partners: Oregon State University

Marbled Murrelet, Photo by Rich MacIntosh, USFWS

If you have any questions about this event contact Paul Engelmeyer, Portland Audubon’s Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary manager and Coastal IBA Coordinator, at 541-547-4227, pengelmeyer@peak.org or Joe Liebezeit, Avian Conservation Program Manager, 971-222-6121, jliebezeit@audubonportland.org.

Details

Date:
July 16
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Virtual
Cost:
Free