Date: 4/20/17 7:42 pm
From: Kay Emerick <kaybirder...> [venturacobirding] <venturacobirding-noreply...>
Subject: Re: [venturacobirding] Higher than Usual Bird and Marine Mammal Strandings along Southern California Beaches
Hi, all. today at Ventura River Estuary, there were two freshly dead Red-throated Loons in alternate plumage. Just reporting. Kay Regester







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From: kris ohlenkamp <kris.ohlenkamp...> [venturacobirding] <venturacobirding-noreply...>
To: Venturacobirding List <venturacobirding...>
Sent: Wed, Apr 19, 2017 5:16 pm
Subject: [venturacobirding] Higher than Usual Bird and Marine Mammal Strandings along Southern California Beaches







Here is the response from Lena Chang at FWS regarding dead birds on beaches recently:








Hello BeachCOMBERS,


Our office in coordination with a number of agencies put out an informational news release today about the stranding and mortality event being seen on our local beaches. Please feel free to share this!




https://www.fws.gov/ventura/newsroom/release.cfm?item=402



Our May surveys should be interesting! Thank you for all you do.


Lena












Lena Chang, Acting Deputy FieldSupervisor


U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service|Ventura Fish & Wildlife Office
2493 Portola Road, Suite B|Ventura, California 93003
*(805) 677-3305|<lena_chang...>
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*Please note: Our office phone numbers have changed. You can still reach our general number at (805) 644-1766 or contact me directly at (805) 677-3305.

























 
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