Flyway Nights is a monthly speaker series highlighting environmental issues, current research topics in conservation, and natural history of Northern California.
Talks are scheduled on the first Thursday of the month from November through April at 7 p.m.
Many thanks to our 2018-2019 Flyway Nights Speakers!
Roshanne Bakhtiary, Native American Ethnography of the Central Valley, Specifically of the Patwin
Jennifer Harfmann, Paige Mundy, and Miranda Tilcock, Current Research Studies in the Yolo Bypass
Joe Hobbs, Elk of California – History and Current Overview
Angela Laws, Native Bees of the Central Valley: Biology, Conservation Status, and the Role of Climate Change
Pete Bontadelli, The Yolo Bypass: A Key Link in the State’s Water and Flood Picture
Martha Volkoff, Nutria in California: Current Status and Response
Flyway Nights events will resume in November!
If you are interested in being considered as a speaker for a future Flyway Nights event, please contact Chelsea Hopkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yolo Basin Foundation offers Flyway Nights the first Thursday of the month from November to April. The talks are held at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters at 45211 Chiles Road. A $5 donation to support the Foundation’s wetland education programs is suggested. Yolo Basin Foundation members are free. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis: capacity 70 guests. For more information call Yolo Basin Foundation at (530) 757-3780.