WOS’s monthly meetings resume October 4, 2021 with an online presentation by author, naturalist and teach Jack Nisbet on “The Last Wild Condors in the Pacific Northwest.”
His presentation will explore written and oral records of wild California condors in the Columbia River drainage, with particular attention to late 19th and early 20th century birds in the Interior. He will also discuss the prospects for future release of captive birds intended to re-establish the condor’s
presence in our region.
Mr. Nisbet has written several books about the human and natural history of the Intermountain West as well as award-winning biographies of fur agent David Thompson and naturalist David Douglas. He is also a life-long bird enthusiast.
Check the Monthly Meetings page for details on joining the presentation using GoToMeeting.