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Cal Alumni Dinner

April event features mountain lion expert Dr. Quinton Martins
Cal Alumni Dinner
Quinton Martins with mountain lion P1 in the Sonoma Valley, where she was first captured and identified. True Wild checks lions’ health and affixes a tracking collar that collects data to inform research and education programs.Source True Wild

Dr. Quinton Martins, founder and managing partner of True Wild, will be the featured speaker at the Oakmont Cal Alumni April dinner.

Dr. Martins has dedicated 30 years to wildlife and conservation. He is a professional safari guide in Africa and a scientist specializing in big cat research. In 2015, he initiated the Living with Lions project, a mountain lion research project, in Sonoma County. True Wild’s focus is on connecting people with nature for broader conservation purposes.

The dinner will be held at the Wild Oak Saddle Club on April 21. The menu will be chicken Cordon Bleu with salad, rice pilaf, and roasted vegetables. The price is $50. Cocktails are included in the price, as well as wine on the tables. Cocktail hour will start at 5 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Registration and payment must be made by April 11. For reservation and payment information, please contact Linda Williams at (707) 322-6272.