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Iceland: Birds, People, and Conservation in a Land of Glaciers, Geysers, Volcanos, and Splendid Isolation 

When: Thu., Jan. 15, 7 p.m. 2009
Price: free

Björk isn't Iceland's only interesting feature. In its long history and longer prehistory, this geothermally lively northern zone has been home to Vikings, lichens, auks, and cod. At the Northbrae Community Church (941 The Alameda, Berkeley) on Thursday, Jan. 15, UC Berkeley integrative biology professor emeritus Bill Lidicker delivers a lecture titled "Iceland: Birds, People, and Conservation in a Land of Glaciers, Geysers, Volcanos, and Splendid Isolation." A curator of the university's Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, Lidicker discusses flora, fauna, and conservation efforts. 7 p.m. GoldenGateAudubon.org


— Anneli Star Josselin Rufus

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