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Birds of Putah Creek - Knowing the Feathers Around You
Did you know that over 150 species of birds reside along Putah Creek? In early May, spring migration will be in full swing and year-round resident birds will be nesting.
Visit quiet, secluded locations along Putah Creek upstream and downstream of Winters that are not accessible to the public with local birding experts Steve Hampton and Michael Perrone. They will help you identify resident and migratory birds by both sight and sound.
Open your eyes and ears as you learn about migratory patterns, ecological niches, bird behavior and the value of birds to the Putah Creek riparian ecosystem. Enjoy a picnic lunch at a beautiful, local creekside property.
In the morning we will meet at Rotary Park in Winters, and we will end the morning of birdwatching with a picnic lunch at a lovely creekside property downstream of Stevenson's Bridge. Lunch and drinks will be provided.
Hosted By: Stephen McCord | 530-220-3165 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $75 per person. Lunch and drinks are included.
Minimum/Maximum Number of Attendees: 10 / 20
Photo: Yellow Warbler courtesy of Manfred Kusch
|Per Person||$ 75.00|
|Public (includes membership)||$ 70.00|
|Public + 1 year membership (a 50% discount!)||$ 85.00|