On August 4th, Matthew Clark from conservation nonprofit Nature and Culture International will lead a virtual journey through Ecuador's tropical dry forests.

Considered the country's most endangered habitat type, the tropical dry forests of Southern Ecuador are home to a great number of plant and animal species found nowhere else on earth, including 55 species of birds. Among creatures like the Mantled Howler Monkey and American Crocodile stands guayacán trees – blooming brilliantly for just a few days each year.
Join our virtual journey to this special corner of the planet and marvel at its extraordinary diversity of life. Matt will share how conservationists are partnering with local communities to save the largest remaining tropical dry forest on the pacific coast of South America. 

This presentation is hosted by the Solana Beach Eco Rotary Club. Please join the meeting at 6:30 p.m. on August 4, 2020. The presentation will start after a short club agenda. It will be followed by a discussion facilitated by the Solana Beach Eco Rotary Club. This presentation is part of the environmental education program brought by the District Environmental Sustainability Committee.

Please register in advance for this meeting.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
For further information, please contact Amelie Catheline, Chair of the District Environmental Sustainability Committee at amelie.catheline@gmail.com.