Project Wildlife Presentation, September 21, 2019 from 10:00-11:30 a.m at Valley Center Library

Presentation by Carly Padilla | Project Wildlife Education Specialist
Living in San Diego, we are considered one of the top 10 most biodiverse cities in the world, usually coming across wildlife on a daily basis. Unfortunately, our interaction with our wild neighbors is not always positive. Wild animals have adapted to living in our urban environments.

Carly Padilla will discusses ways we can co-exist with our native wildlife, things we can do to help, and ways to gently encourage their departure if they have taken up residence. Our wildlife is very beneficial to our ecosystems, playing very important roles for us, let's learn ways to help so that they will be here for many more years to come.

Carly will have an animal ambassador with her to help guide us through the process of co-existing.

This is a free, family event! Be there!

 

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Finding Heaven in Hellhole Exhibition Dates: January 11th – March 8th, 2020

Exhibition will take place at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido

http://artcenter.org/museum/future-exhibitions/

About the exhibition

Finding Heaven in Hellhole Canyon will be on view in conjunction with Endangered: Exploring California’s Changing Ecosystems, curated by Danielle Susalla Deery. These exhibitions celebrate the natural beauty of California, while bringing greater awareness to the myriad of environmental issues in the state such as land development, climate change, endangered flora and fauna, habitat fragmentation, and pollution.

The Finding Heaven in Hellhole Canyon exhibition seeks to celebrate the beauty of open space, and hopes to serve as a catalyst for guests to think about their relationship to California’s natural environment.

This is a juried show that will include some familiar artists and those you may not be acquainted with so far.

A list of participating artists will be available late fall 2019. Stay tuned for more details.

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