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
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:
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!
Our May surveys should be interesting! Thank you for all you do.
Lena Chang, Acting Deputy FieldSupervisor
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service|Ventura Fish & Wildlife Office
2493 Portola Road, Suite B|Ventura, California 93003
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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.