On Thursday, March 7, the Yolo Basin Foundation’s Flyway Nights lecture series will feature Harry McQuillen of Cosumnes River Preserve. McQuillen has worked for the Bureau of Land Management as the preserve manager for six years. Previously, he was chief of the Endangered Species Recovery Program for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
He has an undergraduate degree in wildlife from Humboldt State University and a master’s degree in avian sciences from UC Davis. His talk is titled “An Overview of the Cosumnes River Preserve.”
The Yolo Basin Foundation presents Flyway Nights lectures at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month from November to April. The talks take place at the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Yolo Wildlife Area Headquarters at 45211 Chiles Road in South Davis.
A $5 donation to support the foundation’s wetland education programs is suggested, and Yolo Basin members are free. Call the Yolo Basin Foundation at 530-758-0530 for more information, and check www.yolobasin.org for future programs.