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Walnut Creek Parklands
July 1 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 pm
Walnut Creek Parklands Bird Walk
We’ll wander up one of the shady creeks on the flanks of Mt. Diablo looking and listening for oak woodland and riparian birds. The usual oak woodland birds (titmice, nuthatches, towhees, Acorn Woodpeckers) should be on hand. Summer breeders should include House Wrens, Ash-throated Flycatchers, Western Kingbirds, Black-headed Grosbeaks, and the three vireos, maybe a couple of warblers.
Water and restrooms near the start. Walking is on a fire road that trends generally uphill, but is not steep.
Leaders: Steve & Carol Lombardi, firstname.lastname@example.org, cell 925/785-0130
This trip is free but advance registration is required. The exact location and directions will be provided to registered participants. Registration will open on June 22 and close on Tuesday, June 29 at 4 p.m.
Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:
Walk is limited to 10 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.
Participants will receive the trip directions by email when they register.
- Given California’s recently relaxed Covid guidelines, masks are NOT required. Sharing of scopes or other equipment is permitted.
Click here to register.
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.