Please join the Sabin Community Association for its general meeting on May 13, 2019, at Sabin School auditorium (4013 NE 18th Ave). Dinner and mingling begins at 6:30pm, followed by a 7pm talk titled “Cats, Crows and Coyotes: Coexisting with Wildlife in the Sabin Neighborhood,” by Bob Sallinger, Conservation Director of the Audubon Society of Portland.
The evening will include stories, natural history, and a few words of advice about the creatures that share our urban landscape. Cats, coyotes, and crows are among the most interesting and controversial animals in our urban landscape, and they can be found in virtually every neighborhood in the city. Each has their fans and detractors and can tell us about the ecological health of communities. Sallinger has been working on urban conservation issues in Portland for more than 25 years. He lives just beyond the western edge of Sabin Neighborhood with his family, dogs, goats, and assorted other animals.
SCA board elections will take place at 8:15pm after Sallinger’s talk.