Classes & InstructorsEdit


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Group OutingsEdit


Places to See Shore Birds

  • Coyote Hills Regional Park - Fremont - 978acres of marshland and rolling grassland covered hills. Coyote Hills Visitor Center contains educational displays and exhibits with natural history and wildlife.
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline - Oakland - beautiful views of the bay and a variety of shorebirds
  • Crown Memorial State Beach - Alameda - Crab Cover Visitor Centers, beach, variety of shorebirds, and bay views
  • Middle Harbor Shoreline Park - Oakland - Restored shoreline bird habitats
  • Point Isabel Regional Shoreline - Richmond - Bird life can be found on sandy shores, marshland, eucalyptus groves, meadows, and in a fresh water pond
  • Hayward Regional Shoreline - Hayward - The marsh is made up of five managed ponds and has 15 islands that are utilized by many species of nesting birds.
  • Lake Merritt - Oakland - Area near Fairyland is a great place to bring kids bird watching.
  • Aquatic Park - Berkeley - provides a wide range of recreational opportunities, including bird-watching, boating, hiking, and the "Dream Land for Kids" play area, as well as a habitat for bird and aquatic life.

Places to See Other Birds

  • Sunol Regional Wilderness - Sunol - Old Green Barn Visitor Center, 6,859-acre wilderness, Birds: yellow-billed magpies, red-tailed hawks, acorn woodpecker, black phoebe, turkey vulture, and golden eagle

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