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Coyote Creek Lagoon (Fremont)

Sunday, November 14, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Part of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay NWR. Late November should provide lots of shorebirds, rails, waterfowl, and land birds, and maybe a few raptors. We will walk about 3.0 miles total on both wide, flat trails on the levee and some narrower trails through the marsh. The only benches are a short distance from the parking lot.

Check the weather forecast and dress appropriately. Bring spare binoculars if you are willing to lend them. We’ll bring a scope, and hope you will, too, if you have one. It’s a 45 minute drive from Berkeley. There are no restrooms or water, but plenty of McDonald’s, Starbucks, etc. nearby. Birders of all ages (including well-behaved kids) and skill levels welcome.

Thanks to Dawn and Yvette for starting to do walks here. It’s a cool place.

Leaders:  Steve & Carol Lombardi, hotrock175@gmail.com, cell 925 785-0130

This trip is free but advance registration is required. Registration will open two weeks before the trip and close at 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov 11.  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 20 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!


Put this in your map app: 46660 Fremont Blvd, Fremont. Directly opposite 46600 Fremont Blvd. and 0.1 mile before the intersection with West Warren Ave., turn right onto an unsigned dirt road. Travel .2 miles on this rutted road to the parking lot.

Google link: https://goo.gl/maps/YGyBHwwDh8Z4Wbtf7


Sunday, November 14, 2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Registrations are closed due to registration deadline or maximum capacity