OB Town Council: Wild Parrots and Infrastructure – Wed., Mar. 23rd

by on March 22, 2016 · 1 comment

in Culture, Environment, Health, History, Media, Ocean Beach

OB parrot dead edOB’s famous ‘Squawk Squad’ of wild parrots is again under threat – 5 parrots have been shot and killed since last month.

At the OB Town Council meeting this Wednesday, March 23rd at 7pm, SoCal Parrot will educate the  community on their work with wild, naturalized parrots. They try to provide a gap of care for them and to be a resource for parrot rehabilitation, education and protection.

SoCal Parrot will also bring a few of their living parrot ambassadors so Obceans can get a close-up look at these endangered birds. Additionally, the reward money being offered for information leading to the arrest of the OB Parrot Shooter will be described.

Following up on last month’s OBTC meeting, Bill Harris of the San Diego Department of Transportation and Storm Water will be presenting an update on OB Infrastructure needs to prevent future flooding.

The OBTC meets at the Masonic Center, located at 1711 Sunset Cliffs Boulevard.

Here’s the agenda:

OBTC agenda 3-23-16

The OB Town Council hosts public meetings on the 4th Wednesday every month except November and December. Regular speakers include local leaders, political, business and SDPD law enforcement representatives, as well as members from all corners of the Ocean Beach – all are welcome!

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Avatar tj March 23, 2016 at 6:32 am

for those who are interested – the excellent documentary: “the wild parrots of telegraph hill” – may be of interest.

Vaya con Dios

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