Bird & Conservation Walks
Point Blue offers on-site explorations of our cutting-edge field studies and projects. These walks are a way for our supporters to learn first-hand about the work we are doing, interact with our staff, and become ambassadors for ecosystem conservation.
Just about all of our walks require sign-up. To sign up: click on the links below or contact Lishka Arata, Communications Coordinator, at email@example.com or 707-781-2555 ext 354. Please include all the names of the attendees who would like to sign up. Most walks will have a maximum sign-up limit of 15 people and a minimum of 5.
To determine if a Point Blue walk is canceled, please call (707) 781-2555, ext 355. RAIN CANCELS.
Point Blue urges birders and wildlife watchers to act responsibly while viewing birds and other wildlife. Please heed restrictions on access to land, respect nesting birds, and avoid disturbing birds and other wildlife while you are viewing them. For more information you can review the American Birding Association's code of ethics.
*Walks subject to change dependent upon weather, staff availability and unforseeable circumstances. If you sign up for a walk you will be notified of any changes. Check back regularly and also check the hotline above.
Sunday, May 20, 2018: Managing Healthy Rangelands with Science, Sunol Regional Wilderness, Sunol, CA, 9-11am. Join Point Blue ecologists Kyle Marsh and Mark Dettling on Sunday, May 20th from 9am-11am at Sunol Regional Wilderness. Look for swallows, eagles, and falcons as we stroll through the oak woodland and riparian habitats and learn how we’re using ecological science to guide healthy rangeland managemet.
Sign up required by Tuesday, 5/15/18.
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