Learn About The Interconnectedness
of Birds & the Oregon Coast
Kelp beds are biologically rich marine habitats supporting a diversity of invertebrates and fish. Less well known is the use of these habitats by some species of birds. Benefits to birds continue even after kelp becomes dislodged and washes ashore. Local photographer Roy Lowe will discuss some of the species you might see using kelp beds in Oregon.
This webinar will take place for free on Thursday October 21st, at 6:30pm PDT. Register below for the Zoom link.
About The Guest Presenter: Roy Lowe
A resident of Waldport, Oregon, Roy Lowe is a photographer and former board member of the Elakha Alliance. He was employed with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for more than 37 years and was the Project Leader for the Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex upon his retirement in 2015.