UCCE Sonoma County
University of California
UCCE Sonoma County

Wildlife Project

About the Project

The Wildlife project is open to any member who loves the outdoors and nature and wants to know more about the pieces and parts and how they work together. 

Wildlife is a project that focuses on habitat, basic scientific and ecological principles and concepts, especially as they pertain to this year's topic "Natural Connections in Food Webs." 

We will investigate the relationships between plants and animals and how they fit into food chains and food webs and how they affect the balance of life. The studies will be divided up into several Sonoma County habitats such as woodlands, cultivated lands, wet lands and ranch lands. 

We will have at least one field trip. This visit will enable the members to observe the riparian habitat and explore the banks and surrounding areas. And, we'll have a good time doing it.
Members are expected to do a research report and give a presentation at one of the meetings, and to share their opinions and ideas with an open mind. We do environmental ed activities to learn concepts.
The project usually meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 4-5:30pm, see the schedule for meeting dates and location. No meeting in November and December meeting is the first Wednesday.
For questions, contact the County Wildlife Project Leader, Mary Engebreth Maryengebreth@comcast.net (707)996-4866 or assistant, Karen Giovannini kgiovannini@ucdavis.edu


4pm - 5:30 pm
133 Aviation Blvd, Suite 109, Santa Rosa

** 12/6 **

Mushrooms forest floor

For More Information

Mary Engebreth Maryengebreth@comcast.net 

Karen Giovannini kgiovannini@ucdavis.edu

University of California Cooperative Extension, Sonoma County
133 Aviation Blvd Suite 109, Santa Rosa, CA 95403  Phone: 707.565.2621  Fax: 707.565.2623
Office Hours:  M-F, 8am-Noon & 1pm-4pm

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