Monday, April 20th 7pm
Lisa Andreano, a State Parks Environmental Scientist, has spent 12 summers in Alaska conducting seabird monitoring for the USFWS’s Migratory Bird Management program. Her talk will emphasize studies conducted at Cape Peirce on the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and in Prince William Sound, Alaska.
Lisa graduated from Cal Poly SLO with a B.S. in Ecology and Systematic Biology and is now working toward her Master’s in Biology. In addition to her State Parks career, she is also an adjunct professor at Cal Poly for both the BioSci and Forestry and Natural Resources Management Departments.
MCAS Community Programs are usually presented on the third Monday of each month, at the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden Oak Glen Pavilion, in El Chorro Regional Park, on Highway 1 across from Cuesta College. All MCAS Community Programs are free and open to the public. As always, all ages are welcome.
Here is a map to the Oak Glen Pavillion at El Chorro Regional Park.
For more information, call (805) 772-1991