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The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex (Via Zoom)
January 18 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Meeting ID: 868 9938 8346
The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex is home to over a million waterfowl in the winter. Lora will take you on a virtual tour of the Complex and you’ll learn about migration, birds, and how to visit the Complex. “A Million Birds Can’t be Wrong”.
Lora Haller is originally from western Pennsylvania. After graduating with a biology degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Lora taught environmental education for non-profit organizations and that got her into birding. Which led to her becoming the lead bird ranger at Acadia National Park where she led the hawkwatch and the peregrine falcon watch. Lora traveled around the country for six years including to Acadia, Everglades, and Sequoia National Parks. In 2009 Lora became the visitor services manager at Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex. She manages the visitor activities including volunteers, school and weekend programs, the visitor center, auto tours, monarchs and pollinator gardens, photography, and more. Lora has also spent three-months in Homer, Alaska at Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Lora lives in Willows and spends her free time rock hounding.