Next to Nature – Tom Hamilton of Lumbercycle- how to Upcycle Removed Trees
August 2, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
august 2; 4:00 P.M.
SAN DIEGO WATER CONSERVATION GARDEN
JULY 19, 2021; 4:00 P.M.
FINCH FROLIC GARDEN
JULY 5, 2021; 4:00 P.M.
june 21, 2021; 4:00 p.m.
After the video livestream, SDRVC Executive Director Trish Boaz and Cody Harrison will be LIVE to answer your questions.
RANCHO SANTA FE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
JUNE 7, 2021; 4:00 P.M.
After the live stream, Trish Boaz, SDRVC Executive Director and Conor will take your questions and comments live!
Join SDRVC for a live stream premiere event on May 25, 2021 at 4:00 pm with Brook Sarson of Catching H2O. She will be talking with us about rain water and gray water harvesting. After the live stream, Trish Boaz, SDRVC Executive Director and Brook will take your questions and comments live!
Western and Clark’s Grebes are arguably the birds most readily associated with Lake Hodges. They are visible year around in great numbers. Grebes mainly eat fish, catching them by diving in open water. Both species have dramatic, choreographed courtship display, in which the birds rush across the water together. These large, elegant black and white water birds breed here in the winter months. During mating season they engage in a maneuver called rushing, in which they sprint up to 50 feet across the water in coordinated groups of two or more in about seven seconds.
Join SDRVC and expert Krisztina Scheef to learn more about these amazing and entertaining birds!