Come explore Cache Creek at Wild Wings Park, with the Yolo Audubon Society!
Fall migration is in full swing, with warblers and other migrating songbirds flocking to riparian corridors up and down the Central Valley. Enjoy a morning out on the creek, picking through flocks of warblers and Bushtits. Located east of Woodland off of Highway 16, Wild Wings is a housing division that backs up to a wide riparian corridor, chock full of mature cottonwoods and willows (perfect for passerines).
We will be meeting at the corner of Goldeneye and Wood Duck at 7:30 am. Make sure to bring sunscreen, a hat, and plenty of water. The trails can be quite brushy and sandy so we suggest you wear comfortable closed toed shoes and long pants.
Contact: Emmett Iverson (530-902-3598); Holly Coates (626-536-3138).
Yolo Audubon Society is very pleased to welcome these new trip leaders (and outstanding birders). Thanks for volunteering, Emmett and Holly!