They say the early bird catches the worm, so morning must be the best time for bird watching! Join us for Beginning Bird Watching on Sunday, April 30, at 8:30am. This excursion on the Taylor Ranch Preserve is open to all levels of birders; no prior experience necessary, and more advanced birders are welcome too!
We will saunter along the banks of Raccoon Creek and wend slowly through the Blue oak grassland looking and listening for year-round residents and migrating songbirds. We’ll practice basic birding identification skills and likely will get to know the common residents of this beautiful riparian forest habitat. Please bring binoculars and/or field guides if you have them. You might want to bring along a notepad to record notes of what you learned and saw. We are expecting to end around 11am.