Limited-Mobility Dusk Birding

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Many people know birds are most active at dawn, but dusk is second daily peak of bird activity, and you don’t have to be an early-bird to experience it. Join Dr. Dan Levitis at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park for a … Read more

Birding for Beginners

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New to birding or just curious to try it out? Learning how to look for and identify birds can feel a little overwhelming. Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is pleased to support your birdwatching journey by hosting Birding for … Read more

Estate Hike: Bird Counting

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Each February, for four days, the world comes together for the love of birds. We want to invite you to Keller Estate to count the birds with us! The Audubon and the Cornell Lab have been running this event since … Read more

Birding in Marin: Sausalito and Tiburon

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Birding with Jim White & Bob Battagin There is a limit of 15 fully vaccinated participants for this trip. Registration for the Sausalito/Tiburon trip will be open starting on January 26 at 8:00 AM. There will not be a waiting … Read more

american white pelican by Becky Matsubara

Winter Bird Count at Contra Loma Park

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Winter is for the birds! Join the longest running community science effort and look for feathered friends. Learn local species, record data, and we’ll send our findings to the National Audubon Society. This is a 3-hour program. Meet in the … Read more

Free King Tide Walk at Palo Alto Baylands

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Sunday, February 9th, 11:30 am to 12:45 pm Two great organizations combine forces to bring you the final FREE King Tide Walk this winter season: The City of Palo Alto and Environmental Volunteers. City of Palo Alto Naturalist, Corinne DeBra, … Read more