Discover the birds of Yolo County
The Yolo Audubon Society puts on field trips and monthly meetings for all ages and levels of interest. Everyone is welcome!Find a field trip or other activity
Welcome to the Yolo Audubon Society!
It is our mission to foster an appreciation of birds and other wildlife through educational programs and field trips, bring conservation issues to public awareness, and act to preserve Yolo County bird life and habitat.
Please join us for field trips, monthly program meetings, and other special activities. We look forward to helping you learn and discover more about what makes Yolo County birding so special.
Birding Activities for Everyone
It's easy to take part in our regular birding activities. Browse through the list of upcoming events. We look forward to seeing you! Most trips require you to bring binoculars and snacks and dress in layers. Learn more details about each individual trip by clicking on the event.
In the News
Woodland Regional Park
Over the past few years, the City of Woodland and a partnership of local nonprofit organizations, including Yolo Audubon, have been working to design a park and nature center along Road 102, just south of Woodland. Owned by the City, Woodland Regional Park occupies 160 acres at the site of a former model airplane park […]
Yolo Notable Sightings: February 2019
A cool February turned up two birds normally found in warmer climes this time of year. The county’s fourth Palm Warbler was found in east Davis on Feb 12 (SS) and has continued through the month. A Costa’s Hummingbird, found Feb 5 in south Davis (BT), has also remained, delighting birders with brief glimpses. Elsewhere […]
Field Trip Report: Owling in Yolo County
The trip was deemed a success even though we only succeeded in seeing/finding one owl species, the Burrrowing Owl. We went to the locations where we expected (or hoped) to find five owl species common in Yolo County. At each site we shared information on owl natural history, sightings of other birds, ad an appreciation […]