Via our Port Hueneme Police Department: All Ventura County beaches serve as important habitats for a variety of shorebirds. Here in Hueneme, we share our beach with wildlife that depends upon the beach for their survival. Please take a moment to read this publication from the Audubon Society and help us keep Hueneme Beach awesome! (the link opens a pdf document in a new tab)
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Annie Little “Feral Cats and Shore Bird Restoration on SN Island
July 13, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
For the past 23 years, Annie Little has worked as a Wildlife Biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. She recently transferred to the National Park Service.
Since 2002, she has been the lead avian biologist for the Montrose Settlements Restoration Program. In this role, she oversees the implementation of multiple seabird restoration projects on the California Islands and the reintroduction of the Bald Eagle to the Channel Islands.
Annie’s focus is the conservation of unique island ecosystems, including eradication and control of invasive species, biosecurity, habitat restoration, and re-establishment of native species.
Annie is the U.S. coordinator for the Trilateral Island Initiative which promotes island conservation and collaboration among partners in Canada, U.S., and Mexico. Annie is stationed at Channel Islands National Park in Ventura, California.
She graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a B.S. in Biology: Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution.