Discover baby birds!
Join us for a leisurely morning stroll on the Putah Creek Nestbox Highway, a breeding program for cavity nesting birds that has helped to recover Western Bluebirds and other species in the region. Families welcome. Easy walking on managed trails.
Meet at 8:00 am at Putah Creek Riparian Reserve. (the picnic grounds at Hopkins and Levee Roads). Wear long pants, a hat, sunscreen, and sturdy shoes, and bring water, binoculars, and your camera. Rain or high winds will cancel. This trip will last approximately 3 hours
Space is limited; please contact the trip leader. Previous trips have been a big hit so RSVP soon.
Melanie Truan: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 530 867 3610
Yolo Audubon Society field trips are free and open to the public. Some trips may be limited by number of participants. Car-pooling is encouraged, but all rides are private arrangements between driver and riders.
Heavy rain or high winds may cancel any trip.