Sonoma County’s oak woodlands are teeming with life — plants and animals that exist in an astonishing variety of shapes, behaviors, and interrelationships. Many of these life forms depend on oaks, and others rely on plants that live in a community with oaks. In a presentation illustrated with videos as well as photographs, author and naturalist Kate Marianchild will take you on a riveting tour of oak woodland trees and shrubs and the animals that can’t live without them. Don’t miss Kate’s closing story, “A Night in the Life of Lively the Woodrat.”
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