SPEAKER TOPIC: Identify Parrots in our “Urban Jungle” SPEAKER: Karen Mabb.
Karen Mabb, M.S., Biological Sciences, is the heart of the California Parrot Project. Her dedicated research; compilation and analysis of data spanning more than a decade has lead to a comprehensive understanding of wild parrot populations in California. In 2003, Karen published her Masters Thesis on Naturalized Parrot Roost Flock Characteristics and Habitat Utilization in a Suburban Area of Los Angeles County.
We meet at San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center, 18312 Oxnard Street, Tarzana, CA, (818) 697-5525. Enjoy the art gallery and shop our sales table. Directions: Located between White Oak and Reseda Blvd. In order to park, it is recommeded to go on Etiwanda Avenue and turn into the parking area up the alley behind the center.Cultural Center, 18312 Oxnard Street, Tarzana, 91356 at the Southwest corner of Oxnard and Etiwanda (1/4 mile east of Reseda Blvd.) If you use navigation on your car, computer or phone, enter the address — 118312 Oxnard — not the description of the location (“San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center”). It is recommended you enter the parking area in the rear from the alley off Etiwanda – go left into the parking area. Please never park near the roll-up doors of the businesses behind the Center.