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Blake Garden (Kensington)
June 14 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am
Summer is upon us and birds are fledging young. On Tuesday we’ll continue with bird phenology in Blake Garden so please join us on our monthly walk. We’ll be looking for the summer resident birds and listen to their chatter. Some species may even be trying for a second brood.
The Blake Garden is a public garden and landscape laboratory. In 1957, the Blake Estate was deeded to the UC Berkeley’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. With many horticulture and native plants and 80+ documented bird species, the garden is a model for many sustainable practices such as composting, rainwater-catchment and apiculture. One of the gardeners will give a brief introduction and history of the Blake Garden.
Come help us find the summer resident birds. The dirt and gravel trails go up and down hill and are well maintained. Restrooms are present on the premises. Please bring binoculars if you have them. Scopes are also welcome. We will bird for approximately two to three hours.
Leader: Sonja Raub, email@example.com, cell (510) 919 7132 and Jan Ambrosini
This trip is free but advance registration is required. Registration will open two weeks before the trip and close on at 4 p.m. on Monday, June 13. Directions for registered participants are below.
Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:
Walk is limited to 25 participants plus the leaders. There will not be a waiting list.
Participants must register online and acknowledge acceptance of our liability waiver. Each person must register separately. No “drop ins,” please.
Thank you for your flexibility in helping us ensure that everyone remains healthy! Because we have to limit the size of trips, please do not sign up unless you are committed to attending.
Directions: We will meet in the parking lot (free parking) at 70 Rincon Rd., Kensington, 94707 at 8:30am.
Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/RDhjfhvgFsRpLkFg9