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  • Raptor Monitoring Update for May to June 2019

    The breeding raptor season is in full swing at Pinnacles National Park, with many species finishing up their nesting efforts. Here is an update on raptor activity through May and June.

Speaker Series for September

Wildlife Extravaganza

  • Date: September 8th
  • Time: 2:00PM
  • Where: West Side Visitor Station
Rangers throughout Pinnacles National Monument have combined forces to bring you the most up-to-0date photo compilation of wildlife species known to inhabit this land.
Ranger Jennifer will teach you about the different groups of animals at Pinnacles.

Giants of the Sky: A Story of California Condors

  • Date: September 15th
  • Time: 2:00PM
  • Where: West Side Visitor Station
Condor Biologist Jessica Auser will teach us about condors in all their glory. Pinnacles National Monument is a condor release site; Jessica will go into the intricacies of tracking these endangered giants of the sky.

Wildlife, Hunting and Working Landscapes: Finding Common Ground

  • Date: September 22nd
  • Time: 2:00PM
  • Where: West Side Visitor Station
Pinnacle's very own Non-Lead Outreach Coordinator, Scott Scherbinski will discuss te legacy of wildlife conservation by the hunting and ranching community.

Wildlife Rehabilitation: A Look At Your Local Center

  • Date: September 29th
  • Time: 2:00PM
  • Where: West Side Visitor Station
What happens to sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife? Audrey Gosset of the SPCA of Monterey County and her special animal guest will teach us about the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

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