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Language of the Land: A Sense of Place at Bodega Head
The Sonoma Coast hosts an impressive diversity of habitats, including rocky shores, kelp forests, seagrass meadows, salt marshes, tidal flats, coastal grasslands, bluffs, sandy beaches, dunes and the offshore open ocean. Join Jackie Sones of UC Davis’s Bodega Marine Reserve for a discussion about the benefits of developing a sense of place as well as ideas for connecting with the landscapes and seascapes around us. To illustrate those ideas, Jackie will share 16 years of photographic highlights that celebrate the natural history of Bodega Head.

Jun 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jackie Sones
@UC Davis Bodega Marine Reserve
Jackie began working at UC Davis’s Bodega Marine Reserve in 2005. She has worked in the natural history field for 30 years and has experience in marine, estuarine, freshwater and terrestrial systems. Jackie enjoys combining science and art and has been working on creating a visual archive of Sonoma Coast landscapes, seascapes and species. Jackie is the author of the Natural History of Bodega Head blog, is co-author of Stokes Beginner’s Guide to Dragonflies and recently co-wrote a paper describing changes in coastal species in response to the 2014−2016 marine heatwaves.