In Case You missed It... The Ventana Wildlife Society’s June Condor Zoom-Chat is now available online!
→CONDOR LEAD THREATS←
Join us for the next Condor Zoom-Chat as Mike Stake, Darren Gross, Kelly Sorenson and the Condor Crew sit down this month to discuss the most-critical issue facing condor recovery: lead poisoning from ingestion of spent lead ammunition.
Want to know more about what Ventana Wildlife Society is doing about the ongoing threat and how local hunters and ranchers are helping condors survive in the wild? Tune in now!
→MORE ESSENTIAL NEWS ON CONDOR RECOVERY←
• Get an update from the Condor Field Crew about Nesting Pairs and hatched Eggs.
• Read more about the Board of Directors.
• Help Us restore the Flock.
• In addition to the Zoom-Chat, catch up on all the informative and essential news from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
→NEWEST VWS BOARD MEMBERS←
Please join us in welcoming:
• Amedee Brickey, the former Condor Coordinator and Manager of the Migratory Birds Program for USFWS, Pacific Southwest Region,
• Mason Mallory, a fourth-generation Cattle Rancher in southern Monterey County,
• Mark Osterkamp, a forty-five year veteran of Farming in Imperial Valley, California, and • Amanda Sharp Freedman, DVM, a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine practicing in Pacific Grove California.
→SAVE THE DATE←
September 4th to September 12th, 2021 // Second-Annual “Feathers in Flight” Online Auction Event supporting California Condors celebrating International Vulture Awareness Day! More information is available at: https://www.ventanaws.org/feathersinflight.html.
→DOUBLE YOUR DONATION←
Thanks to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Endangered Species Fund, every dollar raised this year will be matched 1:1 up to almost $360,000. If you would like to make a gift toward Condor Recovery, please consider donating through the link at: https://www.ventanaws.org/donatetocondorrecovery.html
VENTANA WILDLIFE SOCIETY:
Our Mission: Conserving native wildlife and their habitats through science, education and collaboration. We’re a non-profit organization founded in 1977, we are recovering California Condors in the wild and providing outdoor education programs for more than 1,000 youth annually.
Ventana Wildlife Society
9699 Blue Larkspur Ln, Ste 105
Monterey, CA 93940
Main Number: (831) 455-9514
Fax Number: (831) 455-2846