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Yolo Audubon Society runs field trips and monthly program meetings, all of which are free and open to the public.

It also runs the Putah Creek Christmas Bird Count (December). An ongoing citizen science activity has been the Breeding Bird Atlas.

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January 2019

Williamson's Sapsucker - Photo by Steve Shunk

How Woodpeckers Can Save the World (or at least your local woodland!)

January 16th @ 7:30 pm

North American woodpeckers perform multiple keystone roles in the ecology of our forests and woodlands. More than 40 North American bird species, dozens of mammals, and innumerable invertebrates depend upon woodpeckers for their own lifestyles. However, humans need habitat, too, as well as wood products and agricultural resources. By clearing forests, felling snags, and suppressing fire, we have prevented woodpeckers from doing their jobs. Learn the basics of woodpecker natural history, anatomy, and ecology, and prepare to become new ambassadors…

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February 2019

Fire, Grazing, and Wintering Bird Communities at Bobcat Ranch

February 20th @ 7:30 pm

A presentation by Frank Fogerty.

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March 2019

Birds of Paraguay

March 20th @ 7:30 pm

A presentation by John Sterling.

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