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The Nature Conservancy at Cosumnes River Preserve: RSVP by 11/20!

Hosted by Wendy Pulling ’85, Jason Pelletier ’92 and Sally Liu ’87. RSVP by November 20!

Join us for lunch and a walk of The Nature Conservancy’s Cosumnes River Preserve with sunset crane-down at Staten Island. Sally, Jason, Wendy and other staff will share the Conservancy’s innovative work in restoring habitat for the sandhill cranes. 

Saturday, December 5, noon – 5:30pm. Lunch included.

Cosumnes River Preserve, Galt, California (½ hour from Sacramento, 1hr. 45 minutes from San Francisco)

Along the Cosumnes and Sacramento Rivers and in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, The Nature Conservancy has pioneered riparian forest restoration techniques and forged partnerships with farmers to protect agricultural lands that serve as critical habitat for migratory birds. On the Cosumnes River we have protected and restored with our partners more than 50,000 acres that provide refuge to thousands of birds, including the iconic sandhill crane. You will have the chance to watch the sunset (aka “crane-down”) and observe magnificent sandhill cranes—known for their long necks, six- to seven-foot wingspan, loud trumpet song and amusing antics—on their southern migration.

Please RSVP to Susie Shoaf at  415-281-0465 or sshoaf@tnc.org by November 20th.

No charge for the day. Space is limited. No pets, please. Directions and map will be provided.

Here is a PDF of the invitation with all the details and more photos.

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