The islands along California’s coast present a unique collection of habitats with various wildlife and human problems and successes. Island foxes live on six of these islands: Six Islands, Six Different Foxes.
Where can you find the most current information from the experts working in the field?
The 7th California Islands Symposium
5-7 February 2008
5-7 February 2008
This gathering will bring together experts in archeology, anthropology, cultural resources, human history, population biology, ecological processes and systems, systematics, geology, paleontology, oceanography, and climatology.
The Symposium is a forum for the presentation of natural and cultural resource information collected on all of the California Islands - the Channel Islands, the Farallones, and the Baja Mexican islands - and their surrounding marine environments.
This important event will take place at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Oxnard, California. Presenters will include:
- Tim Coonan from the National Park Service (podcast with Tim Coonan)
- Julie King from the Catalina Island Conservancy (podcast with Julie King)
- Cathy Schwemm, biologist and FIF Secretary
Three days: $200
There will be a poster session and book signing event Tuesday evening, Feb. 5, from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Poster session fee for educators: $10
Book Signing Authors:
- Torben C. Rick - The Archaeology and Historical Ecology of Late Holocene San Miguel Island
- Jan Timbrook - Chumash Ethnobotany: Plant Knowledge among the Chumash People of Southern California
- Araceli Samaniego Herrera, Anny Peralta Garcia, and Alfonso Aguirre Munoz, editors - Vertebrados de las islas del Pacífico de Baja California. Guía de campo (Mammals of the Pacific Islands of Baja California.)
- Betsy Lester Roberti - San Miguel Island: A Childhood Memoir
For more details and a complete listing of presentations: http://www.californiaislands.org/