Breaking Point: The Salton Sea
WHEN: Wednesday, January 18, 2016
TIME: 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
WHERE: Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, CA 91107
MORE INFO: http://www.pasadenaaudubon.org/ (626) 355-9412.
As California's largest lake, the 350-square-mile Salton Sea provides critical stopover, breeding, and wintering habitat for huge numbers of birds each year, including endangered species like Ridgway's Rail. A casualty of "water wars," it is, however, rapidly disappearing. During this meeting we will watch a special 40-minute long version of the acclaimed documentary "Breaking Point." This film will bring us all up to date on the history of the Sea both politically and ecologically.
Garry George, Audubon California's Chapter Network Director/Renewable Energy Director, will introduce the documentary and talk about Audubon’s work at the Salton Sea.
This talk is sponsored by the Pasadena Audubon Society; we at the Los Angeles Audubon are happy to publicize it to our members, and hope you all can make it!
The LAAS monthly program presentation will not be held on the regularly scheduled (2nd Wed) date.
Please join Pasadena Audubon Society on Jan. 18th, 2017 for a presentation by Audubon California's Chapter Network Director, Garry George. For more information visit: http://www.pasadenaaudubon.org/ (626) 355-9412.