Berryessa Panorama; © Marc Hoshovsky
Yolo Audubon’s first online program of the year takes you on a virtual tour of the Berryessa Region with Marc Hoshovsky, co-author of the new book, Exploring the Berryessa Region: A Geology, Nature, and History Tour. Marc will give us an understanding of the Berryessa Region, particularly the geological story that has created this fascinating landscape. He’ll explain the formation of features that most people have seen, like the vertical sandstone beds at Monticello Dam, plus others that many haven’t noticed before. Then with this new knowledge, viewers will be taken on a virtual photo tour of the area, enticing them to learn more about its geology, nature, and history.
Marc Hoshovsky is a retired naturalist living in Davis. After spending 30 years working for state government on endangered species habitat conservation, he’s now enjoying using his degrees in ecology and geology, and passion for photography, to help local conservation efforts.
You must register (no cost) for this presentation.
Zoom limits the number of participants to 100.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registrants will receive email updates about this online event, as well as periodic email updates about Yolo Audubon’s conservation work and how you can help birds. (You may unsubscribe at any time.)
Please note: Participants must have the Zoom desktop feature downloaded on their computer or the mobile device app on their phone or tablet to access the meeting. An account with Zoom is not necessary.
Visit https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193 to learn more about Zoom or email Yolo Audubon Program Chair Ken Ealy before the meeting if you need assistance.