MCAS COMMUNITY PROGRAM: Reuniting & Renesting



Monday, February 17th at 7 pm
at SLO Botanical Garden Oak Glen Pavilion in El Chorro Regional Park

Presented by Robert Peak, volunteer with Pacific Wildlife Care

FLYER

Robert Peak will share his fascinating stories of reuniting and remedying birds of prey as a volunteer with Pacific Wildlife Care. He also has specialized experience in the difficult captures such as those of larger mammals and birds.

Robert has lived in Grover Beach for over forty years and has been volunteering at Pacific Wildlife Care after he retired in 2009. He is also an actively involved as a member of Osage and Cherokee tribes.

All MCAS Community Programs are free and open to the public. As always, all ages are welcome.