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Birding with Kids

April 18, 2012 by Scott Sampson

With dinosaurs roaming your backyard on a daily basis, why NOT get out there with your kids and start watching those birds?

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Got Kids? Take ‘em outside!

September 29, 2011 by Eric Galan

In an alarming poll conducted by the Nature Conservancy, only ten percent of kids said they’re spending time outside everyday. That’s no typo folks, a whopping ten percent! Before you shut off your computer and run outside, check out our list of top kid-friendly picks from our events calendar in October!

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Kids Learn the Landscape in San Rafael

November 20, 2009 by Maria Vierra

On Veteran’s Day, a day off when lots of kids might be home watching TV or playing video games, fourth and fifth graders from Bahia Vista Elementary School in San Rafael’s Canal district guided parents and friends through the four distinct bird habitats of Pickleweed Park and explained what they had learned about each habitat and its particular bird life.

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Top Billing for Shorebirds

October 01, 2009 by Alan Kaplan

As summer turns to fall, thousands of shorebirds return to the shoreline and mudflats of San Francisco Bay, either for a pit stop on their way south or to stay for the winter. Sometimes many different kinds gather in one place. How can you tell them apart?

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