Programs

We in Santa Barbara are very lucky to have amazing natural history and birding experts available to present to us monthly. Our programs are usually the fourth Wednesday of the month at Farrand Hall at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History unless otherwise noted. The doors open at 7pm with programming starting at 7:30.

For the Fall of 2021, our monthly programs continue to be presented virtually. As each date approaches, look for an email—or on our website or social media—for a connection link. We hope to see you there! Are you new to Zoom? Please don’t let that deter you from joining us. Programs chair Aaron & Emily Kreiserg can help you get started. Call or email at: Hidden; Programs@SantaBarbaraAudubon.org.

Recordings of our virtual programs are available for viewing at:
Additional Resources->Videos


Program: The Condor in Captivity–Breeding a Species on the Edge

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You don’t want to miss this college bound young woman’s presentation on her field experiences with the condor recovery program.

Program: Feathers and Flight: A Journey to the New World Tropics

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Join Benjamin Jacobs-Schwartz to learn about our neighbor county’s study of raptor alternatives to rodenticides.

Program: The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act HAS BEEN CHANGED

Tonight’s Program The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act has been canceled due to a back injury of the speaker Steve Evans. We will be showing the movie Pale Male From the PBS Nature website: Follow the adventures of Pale Male, a daring red-tailed hawk who manages to thrive in the urban world of New… Read more »

Program: An Alternative to Rodenticides: Ventura County’s Raptor Pilot Study for Levee Protection

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Join Karl Novak to learn about our neighbor county’s study of raptor alternatives to rodenticides.

Program: The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: 50 years of protection

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Join Steve Evans as he brings us up to date on the history and future of California’s wild and scenic rivers.