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Yolo Audubon Society offers field trips and monthly program meetings. They are free and open to the public.

It also organizes the Putah Creek Christmas Bird Count.
It is always the first Sunday in the count season (Dec 14 to Jan 5).

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February 2021

Sketch by Alison Ken

Nature Journaling with Alison Kent

February 14th @ 9:00 am

Join Alison Kent at a virtual Nature Journaling workshop starting at 9:00 am on Sunday, February 14th. The workshop is free and will be conducted over Zoom. No experience necessary! An introduction to the art of nature journaling with a discussion of tools, materials, and resources will last about 1/2 hour. Participants will then be encouraged to go out and walk their patch and journal. Everyone will then reconvene at 11:15 to discuss and and share their journals and observations. Alison…

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Shoebill; © Kevin Gusé

Uganda: Pearl of Africa

February 17th @ 7:00 pm

Kevin Gusé believes that the combination of primates, big game, and birds makes Uganda a truly unique destination. For example, did you know that Uganda is the most bird-diverse country in Africa, with an official list of almost 1,100 species? Please join Kevin as he recounts the adventures of his group during their trip in July 2019 to the “Pearl of Africa”. Kevin Gusé has been birding throughout the United States and abroad  since receiving a gift membership to (then)…

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March 2021

Marbeled Murrelet; © Brett Lovelace

Marbled Murrelets: The Enigma of the Pacific

March 17th @ 7:00 pm

The Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus) is a small, cryptic seabird with a range extending from northern California up through Alaska. Like other alcids, murrelets forage in the ocean and exclusively inhabit marine environments when not breeding. Whereas most other alcids nest in large groups near the coast, murrelets typically nest solitarily on the limbs of large trees in forest sites that can be located over 50 miles inland. Unfortunately, this split habitat strategy renders them vulnerable to declines in habitat…

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