Lunch, installation of Officers, and a Special Program: Naturalist & award-winning author, Charles Hood presents: Urban Nature Today: Are the backyards of Los Angeles really the new Serengeti?
Join naturalist and award-winning author Charles Hood as he helps celebrate the amazing diversity of life in and around greater Los Angeles, including some surprising glimpses into the secret life of our own Pacific Palisades “back country”. From non-native geckos to P-22 (the mountain lion who lives in Griffith Park), the L.A. basin is a wonderland of surprise, juxtaposition, loss, hope, and renewal. Share your own encounters with backyard wildlife and learn to appreciate the city with your brand-new nature eyes.
Thursday, June 20, 12:30 p.m. (Doors open at noon.) Aldersgate Retreat Center, 925 Haverford Avenue, Pacific Palisades
Luncheon is $25 per person. RSVP by sending your check to:
Pacific Palisades Historical Society
Post Office Box 1299
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Due to limited seating, must receive your check by June 14. (Until new website is up and running, reservations are by mail only.) Please include the number of guests, their names, and your email address.
Charles Hood is one of the authors of WILD LA, the new book about urban nature published by the Natural History Museum.
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Submitted by Susan Orenstein