$30 Adult; $20 Youth
Thursday, Jan 26, 2023 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Meet at Patrick Ranch Museum (Map)
Mostly birding by car and/or easy walking
Join River Partners for a quick walk and open-air art project at the Bidwell Sacramento State Recreation Area near Chico. The Brayton Project is a 25-acre riparian reforestation project that was planted in 2020 amidst old-growth Valley Oak Riparian Forest. The site hosts beautiful views of the Sacramento River and its raptor populations. We will provide a short description of the restoration project and lead a casual art project for participants. No need to fret about art skills this experience is more about seeing the river and its birds through the work of your hands. Materials and supplies provided by River Partners. Please bring you own chair.
April Damanti obtained a bachelor's degree for wildlife biology from CSU, Chico in 2016. After college, she worked for the United States Forest Service assisting the Mendocino National Forest's Botany and Wildlife programs. While serving the MNF she surveyed for sensitive species such as mountain lady slipper orchid, northern goshawk, and northern spotted owl to name a few. She began her career with River Partners in fall 2021 as a restoration biologist specializing in side-channel restoration.
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Jade Jacobs is a Restoration Ecologist for River Partners. She has a Bachelor's in marine biology from the University of West Florida and a Master's of Environmental Science from Washington State University, Vancouver. Her past experience includes research in estuaries focused on invasive species and their impact on the food web. Currently, her work with River Partners focuses on design and management of projects primarily related to restoring habitat for juvenile salmon.
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