Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA presents Bay Area naturalist Janet Kessler, who will speak about the fascinating lives of urban coyotes and what she’s learned in 13 years of studying them.
Register for this event to gain an inside view into the lifestyle and behavior of wild coyotes that have crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and made their home in the urban environment. Learn to better appreciate these fascinating animals and how to safely share our communities with them.
This is a free even, but donations are accepted. To RSVP for the PEP Talk, please contact Kylynn Pelkey at Kpelkey@PHS-SPCA.org or 650-340-7022 ext. 369.
Birdwatching for Beginners
Join us as we explore the rich birdlife of San Francisco Bay with local birding expert, Dorian Anderson. This educational event will feature discussions of identification, natural history, and conservation. Bring your binoculars, and we’ll provide a telescope to aid the viewing enjoyment. This event requires prolonged walking and standing, wear comfortable shoes.
Saturday, November 2nd
Coyote Point Recreation Area
Please meet at Eucalyptus Picnic Are in Coyote Point Park. There is a $6 entrance fee to the park.
This is a free event, but donations are accepted. Registration is required and space is limited. To RSVP please contact Kylynn Pelkey at Kpelkey@PHS-SPCA.org or 650-340-7022 ext. 369
Join us for our PEP Talk: Unlikely Friendships
Jennifer Holland, renowned author of the Unlikely Friendships book series will speak about animal intelligence and emotion, and why it matters.
Sunday, April 19th from 2- 4 pm
1450 Rollins Road in Burlingame
$20 per person
Jennifer Holland is a senior writer for National Geographic magazine, specializing in science and natural history. She is the author of The New York Times Bestselling titles Unlikely Friendships and Unlikely Loves.
To register for this event visit: www.phs-spca.org/books
Questions contact Kylynn Pelkey at kpelkey@PHS-SPCA.org