Santa Barbara Audubon Society
5679 Hollister Ave, Suite 5B
Goleta, CA  93117
(805) 964-1468
SB Audubon Program: Cachuma Lake, Body of Water, Body of Contradictions
Liz Gaspar, former naturalist at Cachuma Lake
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   Cachuma Lake, a reservoir created in the 1950s to store water for Santa Barbara County communities and the agricultural industry, behaves in many ways like a natural lake. Liz Gaspar will talk about the many ways this lake is a “water body of contradictions,” serving at times as a benefit and a detriment to both humans and wildlife. Liz will also provide a more detailed look at the lake's effects on birds.
Doors open at 7:00. Join us!
   Liz Gaspar worked for Santa Barbara County Parks as a park naturalist at Cachuma Lake for 20 years. She led the lake cruises and managed the outdoor education program, as well as conducted numerous seasonal bird surveys, including the annual bald eagle count. Liz retired from Cachuma in 2015, but, as so many people do these days, eagerly monitors the lake level.
   Event Category & Type:   Lecture ( Classes, Seminars, Conferences)

   Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History - Farrand Hall, 2559 Puesta Del Sol, Santa Barbara, CA  93105

   Admission:  FREE to All
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