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Are you interested in Sustainable Farm-To-Table in your own yard but not sure where to start? Do you have greywater that could be used to water an orchard of fruit trees? In this MeetUp Group, on-going classes will be held to demonstrate just how to use the theories and practices of Permaculture to become self-sufficient in all parts of your life, from a Food Forest to best Reuse, Restore/Repair, Re-purpose and Recycle practices that best teach a better way to coexist with Our Mother, the Earth, and all Her Children, Our Relations. Permaculture is a way of thoughtfully studying all aspects of your life from Zone 0, yourself to Zone 5, wildlife, and designing a small carbon footprint.

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Hawkwatch

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EVERY SATURDAY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, Come visit the Ramona Grasslands with the Wildlife Research Institute’s HAWK WATCH in Ramona for our RAPTOR CELEBRATION. You can observe both our wintering and resident raptors. You will see raptors such as the Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, the wintering Ferruginous Hawk, the Red-tailed Hawk, Prairie Falcon and the Red-shouldered Hawk, and Burrowing Owl. Nineteen (19) species of raptors alone have been recorded at this Raptor Hotspot! You will learn the life-histories of these hawks and eagles and the significance of the Ramona Grassland ecosystem to the raptors’ survival from WRI Biologists. There will be information and demonstrations of WRI’s 30 year research on Golden Eagles. In addition to raptors at the Grasslands, we will have several trained raptors and owls for you to observe! This is a wonderful opportunity to see these magnificent birds up close. FREE!

Hawkwatch

Needs a location

EVERY SATURDAY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, Come visit the Ramona Grasslands with the Wildlife Research Institute’s HAWK WATCH in Ramona for our RAPTOR CELEBRATION. You can observe both our wintering and resident raptors. You will see raptors such as the Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, the wintering Ferruginous Hawk, the Red-tailed Hawk, Prairie Falcon and the Red-shouldered Hawk, and Burrowing Owl. Nineteen (19) species of raptors alone have been recorded at this Raptor Hotspot! You will learn the life-histories of these hawks and eagles and the significance of the Ramona Grassland ecosystem to the raptors’ survival from WRI Biologists. There will be information and demonstrations of WRI’s 30 year research on Golden Eagles. In addition to raptors at the Grasslands, we will have several trained raptors and owls for you to observe! This is a wonderful opportunity to see these magnificent birds up close. FREE!

Hawkwatch

Needs a location

EVERY SATURDAY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, Come visit the Ramona Grasslands with the Wildlife Research Institute’s HAWK WATCH in Ramona for our RAPTOR CELEBRATION. You can observe both our wintering and resident raptors. You will see raptors such as the Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, the wintering Ferruginous Hawk, the Red-tailed Hawk, Prairie Falcon and the Red-shouldered Hawk, and Burrowing Owl. Nineteen (19) species of raptors alone have been recorded at this Raptor Hotspot! You will learn the life-histories of these hawks and eagles and the significance of the Ramona Grassland ecosystem to the raptors’ survival from WRI Biologists. There will be information and demonstrations of WRI’s 30 year research on Golden Eagles. In addition to raptors at the Grasslands, we will have several trained raptors and owls for you to observe! This is a wonderful opportunity to see these magnificent birds up close. FREE!

Hawkwatch

Needs a location

EVERY SATURDAY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, Come visit the Ramona Grasslands with the Wildlife Research Institute’s HAWK WATCH in Ramona for our RAPTOR CELEBRATION. You can observe both our wintering and resident raptors. You will see raptors such as the Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, the wintering Ferruginous Hawk, the Red-tailed Hawk, Prairie Falcon and the Red-shouldered Hawk, and Burrowing Owl. Nineteen (19) species of raptors alone have been recorded at this Raptor Hotspot! You will learn the life-histories of these hawks and eagles and the significance of the Ramona Grassland ecosystem to the raptors’ survival from WRI Biologists. There will be information and demonstrations of WRI’s 30 year research on Golden Eagles. In addition to raptors at the Grasslands, we will have several trained raptors and owls for you to observe! This is a wonderful opportunity to see these magnificent birds up close. FREE!

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