Audubon California’s Director of Public Policy Mike Lynes will speak about the many wins – and a few losses – for Audubon priorities in the 2018 California legislative season. These include efforts to protect migratory birds, create habitats for wintering waterfowl and shorebirds throughout the state, put California on track to be carbon-neutral by 2045, and fund important natural resources agencies such as the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Mike will also discuss how Audubon California is preparing for 2019, when it intends to help a new California governor and legislature focus on key priorities, including biodiversity, climate adaptation, and adaptable water management in the Central Valley.
The Yolo Audubon monthly meeting will take place at the Davis Senior Center (646 A St, Davis, CA 95616). The program starts at 7:30 p.m., but everyone is invited for refreshments and conversation at 7:00.