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Yolo Audubon Society runs field trips and monthly program meetings, all of which are free and open to the public.

It also runs the Putah Creek Christmas Bird Count (December). An ongoing citizen science activity has been the Breeding Bird Atlas.

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November 2017
White-crowned Sparrow, credit Ken Ealy

Bird Walk for Novices; Woodland East Regional Pond

November 18th @ 8:30 am

This free trip is for participants who are new to bird watching, or just curious about wild birds. This trip is appropriate for children 5 yrs. and older. The Woodland East Regional Pond, also known by local birders as the Farmers Central Pond, is a storm water catchment, landscaped with native plantings that attracts both resident and migrant birds. Easy-walking pathways and viewing platforms will this enhance this outing. When water is available, the pond hosts Canada Geese, Great &…

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December 2017
Great Blue Heron. photo credit Ann Brice

West Pond Walk

December 6th @ 9:00 am

Join a 2-hr birding walk with the Friends of West Pond the first Wednesday of every month. Meet at the park at the west end of Isle Royale Lane in Davis, 9 a.m. October through May, 8 a.m. June through September. For more information contact Gene Trapp, (530)756-6291.

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