Birds of the South Bay - For Beginners
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Member, Non-member price: Free
Join Saved By Nature and Ulistac Docent and nature photographer Erica Fleniken for a fun morning of birding at Ulistac Natural Area!
An inner-city bird haven surrounded by housing development; this biome is flanked by the ancient Guadalupe River. With close-proximity to water, many bird species call Ulistac home, migrate here, or stop along their migration route. In fact, 179 species of birds have been spotted. We’ll talk about the efforts going on, and how some bird species have returned after years of hard work by Ulistac staff and Volunteers. What a beautiful specimen of restoration ecology!
Participants will learn how to identify bird species using sight and sound, binoculars, and bird guides
This is an easy stop and go walk for about 1-2 miles on a flat surface, although we may go off trail just a bit. Hope to see you there! Bring spotting scope or binoculars, water, hat and/or sunscreen. We’ll have some extra binoculars and sunscreen available just in case.
Meet at the first entrance located at the south end of the park.
4901 Lick Mill Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95054
photo credit: Saved By Nature - California Quail UNA 04/07/18.
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