Saving our feathered friends is local man’s goal

This is an article from the August 11th Almaden Times.

“Citizen Scientist” Lee Pauser has been building, installing, and monitoring nest boxes (the proper term for bird-houses) for 16 years.  He caters to 18 different species, ranging from Chickadees and Tree Swallows to Western Bluebirds, American Kestrels, Barn Owls and Wood Ducks.  He also works with Silicon Valley Wildlife Center to release rehabilitated birds back into the wild.

You can check out the rest of the article at: https://timesmedia.pageflip.site/editions/AT12649#page/1

 

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Patrick P. Pizzo on November 29, 2017 at 9:44 am

    And when it is not the birding season, Lee Pauser helps in our parks, T.J. Martin, J. Fontana, Almaden Meadows Park and the Guadalupe Oak Grove Park. He was the person with the inspiration for the GOGP survey a few years ago; and as a result of that, and other pro-active projects at GOGP, we now have Johnny Kahmis’s, our City councilman’s, support and commitment to preserve this unique asset. District 10 has recently applied $250K park funds to protect and preserve the viability of the GOGP through a contract extension with H.T. Harvey & Associates | Ecological Consultants. Thanks for all you do, Lee Pauser. ppp

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