Date: 2/10/18 8:49 am From: Stuart and Wendy Malmid <weluvowls...> Subject: [JERSEYBI] Monmouth County Audubon Meeting February 14th
Join Zoologist Bill Pitts when he presents his program. "American Kestrels" at the next meeting of Monmouth County Audubon on Wednesday February 14th at 8PM. Meetings are held at the Knights of Columbus Hall located at 200 Fair Haven Road in Fair Haven. The public is welcome and admission is free.
Bill Pitts will discuss the evolution of the NJ Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Non-Game Species American Kestrel nest box project. The program will cover the project from its preliminary findings in 2004 to the expansion into Salem county in 2012 and the lessons learned along the way. Bill will address the listing of the American Kestrel as an Endangered Species in 2012 and the geolocator project. The NJSEA (Meadowlands) landfill issue will be discussed as well as the work that is being done to minimize the impact of these issues on the American Kestrel in New Jersey.
The presenter Bill Pitts has been as Assistant Zoologist with NJFish and Wildlife's Endangered and Non-Game Species program since 2005. Bill has been working with the American Kestrel Project since 2012.
For directions to the meeting place and more info on Monmouth County Audubon go to www.monmouthaudubon.org or like us on facebook at facebook.com/MonmouthAudubon.
Wendy Malmid Program Chairperson MCAS PO Box 542 Red Bank, NJ 07701