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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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September 2019

GGRO volunteers releasing juvenile Cooper's Hawks after banding; © Walter Kitundu

Falcon Accipiter Buteo – A 35-Year Review of Community Science at the GGRO

September 18th @ 7:30 pm

Please join us for our first General Meeting of the fall season. Allen Fish, director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, will present on the organization's results, revelations, conundrums, quandaries, and half-baked hypotheses. Bay Area native Allen Fish was hired to direct the GGRO starting in 1985 after a robust education in avian ecology from UC Davis. His first public speech was on the Yosemite Great Gray Owls for the then-Davis Audubon Society in 1981 using Kodak slides. About the…

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November 2019

Plate-billed Mountain Toucan; © Benjamin Jacobs-Schwartz

Feathers and Flight: Journey to the New World Tropics

November 20th @ 7:30 pm

Bird guide, naturalist and photographer Benny Jacobs-Schwartz will take us on a gripping journey throughout the New World Tropics. Sharing his dazzling bird photos, captivating videos and animated story-telling, he brings a slice of the tropics to California. Delving into the subjects of migration, tropical speciation, and drivers of bio-diversity, this media rich journey will share some of the fascinating and unique birds that inhabit the new-world tropics. Sure to both educate and entertain, this presentation will leave you with…

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