Upcoming Field Trips & Events

RRAS asks that people interested in participating in a scheduled event register for the event as soon as possible (except monthly bird walksjust show up). Knowing the number of participants helps the event leader prepare a great outing for all.

Registration

Individuals can register in person at General Meetings or by contacting the trip leader. Non-members of RRAS are welcome. Outing details (e.g., location to meet, schedule, equipment) and any last-minute changes will be provided by the leader. Please plan on arriving at the meeting place 15 minutes early so the leader can get everyone signed in. Participants are expected to have their own binoculars unless stated otherwise. Bring water, snacks, sun screen, weather gear, etc. as appropriate. Beginning birders are welcome on all trips, although only monthly bird walks will be oriented toward beginners. Please share transportation costs with drivers.

Dec
18
Mon
Christmas Bird Count – Pahranagat NWR Circle 12/18/17 @ Pahranagat NWR
Dec 18 all-day

CBC Participant Information:

“There is a specific methodology to the CBC and all participants MUST make arrangements IN ADVANCE with the Circle Compiler or sign up for each circle on Red Rock Audubon’s website. “

Anyone can participate.  However, if you are a beginning birder, you will need to join a group that includes at least one experienced birdwatcher. It’s important you let the compiler know your birding experience level. You will be counting all species and numbers that you can identify.

Each count takes place in an established 15-mile wide diameter circle, and is organized by a count compiler. Count volunteers follow specified routes through a designated 15-mile (24-km) diameter circle, counting every bird they see or hear in a 24 hour period. Volunteers need to prepared for a long day in the field. Some circles will include predawn counts of nocturnal birds.

Your compiler (Rob Vinson – james_vinson@fws.gov or 775-725-3417 ext 102) will provide you with:

Circle compiling meetup location and time.

Specific group route and CBC instructions for the day.

Volunteers need to wear the appropriate clothing for the local weather conditions, bring food and water.  Binoculars and communication devices are required. You need to be prepared for a full day in the field

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Dec
20
Wed
Christmas Bird Count – Henderson Circle 12/20/17 @ Henderson Circle
Dec 20 all-day

CBC Participant Information:

“There is a specific methodology to the CBC and all participants MUST make arrangements IN ADVANCE with the Circle Compiler or sign up for each circle on Red Rock Audubon’s website. “

Anyone can participate.  However, if you are a beginning birder, you will need to join a group that includes at least one experienced birdwatcher. It’s important you let the compiler know your birding experience level. You will be counting all species and numbers that you can identify.

Each count takes place in an established 15-mile wide diameter circle, and is organized by a count compiler. Count volunteers follow specified routes through a designated 15-mile (24-km) diameter circle, counting every bird they see or hear in a 24 hour period. Volunteers need to prepared for a long day in the field. Some circles will include predawn counts of nocturnal birds.

Your compilers (Neil McDonal mvc8@cox.net) & (Andrea Wirth: aawirth100@gmail.com) will provide you with:

Circle compiling meetup location and time.

Specific group route and CBC instructions for the day.

Volunteers need to wear the appropriate clothing for the local weather conditions, bring food and water.  Binoculars and communication devices are required. You need to be prepared for a full day in the field

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Dec
31
Sun
Christmas Bird Count – Muddy Rivers Circle 12/31/17 @ Muddy River
Dec 31 all-day

CBC Participant Information:

“There is a specific methodology to the CBC and all participants MUST make arrangements IN ADVANCE with the Circle Compiler or sign up for each circle on Red Rock Audubon’s website. “

Anyone can participate.  However, if you are a beginning birder, you will need to join a group that includes at least one experienced birdwatcher. It’s important you let the compiler know your birding experience level. You will be counting all species and numbers that you can identify.

Each count takes place in an established 15-mile wide diameter circle, and is organized by a count compiler. Count volunteers follow specified routes through a designated 15-mile (24-km) diameter circle, counting every bird they see or hear in a 24 hour period. Volunteers need to prepared for a long day in the field. Some circles will include predawn counts of nocturnal birds.

Your compiler (Dave Syzdek – dsyzdek@gmail.com or 702-714-0003) will provide you with:

Circle compiling meetup location and time.

Specific group route and CBC instructions for the day.

Volunteers need to wear the appropriate clothing for the local weather conditions, bring food and water.  Binoculars and communication devices are required. You need to be prepared for a full day in the field

Register

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Jan
1
Mon
Christmas Bird Count – Red Rock Canyon Area Circle 1/1/18 @ Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, Scenic Loop Drive, Las Vegas, NV
Jan 1 all-day

CBC Participant Information:

There is a specific methodology to the CBC and all participants MUST make arrangements IN ADVANCE with the Circle Compiler or sign up for each circle on Red Rock Audubon’s website.

Anyone can participate. It’s important you let the compiler know your birding experience level. You will be counting all species and numbers that you can identify. The CBC coordinator will assign you to an appropriate group based on your birding experience level.

Each count takes place in an established 15-mile wide diameter circle, and is organized by a count compiler. Count volunteers follow specified routes through a designated 15-mile (24-km) diameter circle, counting every bird they see or hear. Volunteers need to prepared for a long day in the field, approximately sunrise to sunset.

You’ll be contacted via email by the compilers (Cathy Kozmary – cathy.kozmary@gmail.com,  and Angel Poe – acpoe@yahoo.com) prior to the event with exact start and stop times, meeting location, and specific route information and instructions.

Volunteers need to wear the appropriate clothing for the local weather conditions, bring a lunch and snacks, and water. Birdwatching binoculars are required; scopes are helpful, if you have one. You need to be prepared for a full day in the field.

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Jan
5
Fri
Fun for All @ Palm Springs, CA
Jan 5 – Jan 7 all-day

The itinerary for this field trip will appeal to birders and non-birders.

We will visit Indian Canyons, Moorten Botanical Garden, Coachella Valley Preserve, the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens and Big Morongo Canyon Preserve.

We plan on leaving from Las Vegas at 7:30 am on Friday. Caravan with the group OR meet at Indian Canyons, 38500 S. Palm Canyon, Palm Springs at 12:00 pm with your picnic lunch.

Suggested hotels: Royal Sun Inn, 1700 S. Palm Canyon Drive, or Vagabond Inn, 1699 S. Palm Canyon Drive

Registration for this event is full

Jan
8
Mon
Bird walk @ Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve
Jan 8 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Avocet

Officially created from a defunct water treatment facility in 1967, Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve appears to be a mirage at first glance, but its nine ponds have created an oasis in the desert and a great place to see a lot of different birds. Come with us for a walk and see how industrial land can be repurposed and adapted to attract wildlife and create a unique natural environment. A wide variety of resident and migratory water fowls can be seen at this location year-round. You’ll enjoy excellent access to the birds thanks to the maintained grounds and pre-built structures. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

 

 

Jan
13
Sat
Bird walk @ Springs Preserve
Jan 13 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Anna'a Hummingbird

Come see where humans and wildlife have gathered for thousands of years to quench their thirst in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Thousands of years. Walk the trails among cottonwoods, learn what a cienega really is and explore the desert botanical gardens. Species of wildlife seen at the Springs Preserve will vary, as the mix of resident and migratory species change with the seasons. All of this, amazingly, in the middle of a city of 2 million+ people. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs. The Red Rock Audubon general meeting follows after the walk at the Nevada State Museum and the public is invited.

Jan
14
Sun
Gull Workshop @ Lake Mead
Jan 14 @ 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Heermann's Gull in flight ~ by Cathy Kozmary
Heermann’s Gull in flight ~ by Cathy Kozmary

Winter is an excellent opportunity to study gulls. As norther lakes and river get frozen, water fowls in various plumage phases gather in large numbers on  Lake Mead. Gull identification has traditionally challenged all bird watchers. This an excellent to learn how to identify gulls with experts Justin Streit, Ben Zyla and Brandon Miller. The field trip will visit multiple locations on Lake Mead.

Field Trip meet-up: Fiesta Casino 777 W. Lake Mead Pkwy, Henderson, NV 89015 (By the big Fiesta sign in the parking lot)

Space on this field trip is limited to ten (10) individuals – You must register for this event. Registration will be closed 4 days prior to the event.

A waiting list will be kept.  If the event is fully subscribed contact Doug Chang (contactus@redrockaudubon.com) to be put on the waitlist.

Glaucous-winged Gull x Herring Gull in flight ~ by Jimmy Alexander
Glaucous-winged Gull x Herring Gull in flight ~ by Jimmy Alexander
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Jan
20
Sat
Floyd Lamb Park @ Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Jan 20 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

 

Photo by Trish Wooddy

A true oasis in the Mojave, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs has been a park since 1964 and a significant desert ecosystem for millennia longer. Surrounded by sagebrush flats that lay at the foot of Gass Peak, Multiple species of trees encircle four stocked ponds that are always popular with waterfowl and local fishermen. The diversity of the surrounding area offers an excellent opportunity to see a wide variety of resident species and visiting migrants. The park includes the Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site, and Tule Springs Wash. Tell the staff at the gate that you are here for the Audubon walk. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

Monthly bird walk at Floyd Lamb Park.  Easy walking.   No reservation required; just show up.  Beginners (with binoculars) welcome.  Meet the leader at the last parking lot, lot #5.

Jan
21
Sun
Java Jaunts – Bird walk @ Clark County Wetlands Park
Jan 21 @ 7:30 am – 10:00 am

 

“Explore the Las Vegas Wash as we saunter through mesquite bosques, around reed lined ponds, and maybe even among the meadows (las vegas) of the largest park in Clark County. A natural water polishing station, the park contains a remarkably diverse amount of wildlife and is another example of the potential partnership between urban planning and habitat conservation and restoration. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them.” T. Bingham

Java Jaunt is a Clark County Wetlands Park program – supported by Red Rock Audubon.  Meet up location will vary depending on the monthly program. Participants must register with the Wetlands Park to receive the most up to date walk details. Click here. to register.

 

Jan
25
Thu
Winter Bird Festival, St. George, UT @ Tonaquint Nature Center St. George, UH
Jan 25 – Jan 27 all-day

Winter Bird Festival, St. George, UT

January 25 through 27, 2018

Heads up! Registration for this festival begins on November 1st.  A number of members attended this excellent event last year and are looking forward to returning. The Beryl and Zion field trips were especially fun for photographers and bird watchers.

Check the festival’s informative website stgeorgebirdfest.com.  Note the information and maps regarding field trips and presentation locations.

Some have limited participation so you should sign up quickly if there is something that interests you.  Presentations take place at The Children’s Museum, 86 S. Main Street, and the Tonaquint Nature Center, 1851 S. Dixie Drive.  Many field trips meet up at the Tonaquint parking lot.

The website also includes some hotel information.  Trip Advisor also is an excellent resource.  Three hotels which offer free breakfast, are under $80.00 per night and are within about three miles of the festival venues are the St. George Inn and Suites, the Best Western Coral Hills and the Comfort Inn at Convention Center.

Nancy Chang will be the social director for this event.  Call her if you need further information.  Let her know if you will be attending and if you are interested in car pooling. 513-509-9961.

Feb
10
Sat
Bird walk @ Springs Preserve
Feb 10 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Anna'a Hummingbird

Come see where humans and wildlife have gathered for thousands of years to quench their thirst in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Thousands of years. Walk the trails among cottonwoods, learn what a cienega really is and explore the desert botanical gardens. Species of wildlife seen at the Springs Preserve will vary, as the mix of resident and migratory species change with the seasons. All of this, amazingly, in the middle of a city of 2 million+ people. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs. The Red Rock Audubon general meeting follows after the walk at the Nevada State Museum and the public is invited.

Feb
11
Sun
Searching for rarities on Lake Mead
Feb 11 @ 7:30 am – 11:30 am
Heermann's Gull in flight ~ by Cathy Kozmary
Heermann’s Gull in flight ~ by Cathy Kozmary

As norther lakes and river get frozen, numerous water fowls species visit  Lake Mead. Gull  This an excellent opportunity to search for rare species with expert birder  Brandon Miller. The field trip will visit multiple locations on Lake Mead.

Field Trip meet-up: Fiesta Casino 777 W. Lake Mead Pkwy, Henderson, NV 89015 (By the big Fiesta sign in the parking lot)

Space on this field trip is limited to ten (10) individuals – You must register for this event. Registration will be closed 4 days prior to the event.

A waiting list will be kept.  If the event is fully subscribed contact Doug Chang (contactus@redrockaudubon.com) to be put on the waitlist.

Glaucous-winged Gull x Herring Gull in flight ~ by Jimmy Alexander
Glaucous-winged Gull x Herring Gull in flight ~ by Jimmy Alexander
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Feb
12
Mon
Bird walk @ Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve
Feb 12 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Avocet

Officially created from a defunct water treatment facility in 1967, Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve appears to be a mirage at first glance, but its nine ponds have created an oasis in the desert and a great place to see a lot of different birds. Come with us for a walk and see how industrial land can be repurposed and adapted to attract wildlife and create a unique natural environment. A wide variety of resident and migratory water fowls can be seen at this location year-round. You’ll enjoy excellent access to the birds thanks to the maintained grounds and pre-built structures. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

 

 

Feb
17
Sat
Floyd Lamb Park @ Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Feb 17 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

 

A true oasis in the Mojave, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs has been a park since 1964 and a significant desert ecosystem for millennia longer. Surrounded by sagebrush flats that lay at the foot of Gass Peak, Multiple species of trees encircle four stocked ponds that are always popular with waterfowl and local fishermen. The diversity of the surrounding area offers an excellent opportunity to see a wide variety of resident species and visiting migrants. The park includes the Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site, and Tule Springs Wash. Tell the staff at the gate that you are here for the Audubon walk. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

Monthly bird walk at Floyd Lamb Park.  Easy walking.   No reservation required; just show up.  Beginners (with binoculars) welcome.  Meet the leader at the last parking lot, lot #5.

 

 

 

 

Feb
18
Sun
Java Jaunts – Bird walk @ Clark County Wetlands Park
Feb 18 @ 7:30 am – 10:00 am

 

“Explore the Las Vegas Wash as we saunter through mesquite bosques, around reed lined ponds, and maybe even among the meadows (las vegas) of the largest park in Clark County. A natural water polishing station, the park contains a remarkably diverse amount of wildlife and is another example of the potential partnership between urban planning and habitat conservation and restoration. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them.” T. Bingham

Java Jaunt is a Clark County Wetlands Park program – supported by Red Rock Audubon.  Meet up location will vary depending on the monthly program. Participants must register with the Wetlands Park to receive the most up to date walk details. Click here. to register.

 

Mar
10
Sat
Bird walk @ Springs Preserve
Mar 10 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Anna'a Hummingbird

Come see where humans and wildlife have gathered for thousands of years to quench their thirst in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Thousands of years. Walk the trails among cottonwoods, learn what a cienega really is and explore the desert botanical gardens. Species of wildlife seen at the Springs Preserve will vary, as the mix of resident and migratory species change with the seasons. All of this, amazingly, in the middle of a city of 2 million+ people. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs. The Red Rock Audubon general meeting follows after the walk at the Nevada State Museum and the public is invited.

Mar
12
Mon
Bird walk @ Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve
Mar 12 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Avocet

Officially created from a defunct water treatment facility in 1967, Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve appears to be a mirage at first glance, but its nine ponds have created an oasis in the desert and a great place to see a lot of different birds. Come with us for a walk and see how industrial land can be repurposed and adapted to attract wildlife and create a unique natural environment. A wide variety of resident and migratory water fowls can be seen at this location year-round. You’ll enjoy excellent access to the birds thanks to the maintained grounds and pre-built structures. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

 

 

Mar
17
Sat
Floyd Lamb Park @ Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Mar 17 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

 

Photo by Trish Wooddy

A true oasis in the Mojave, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs has been a park since 1964 and a significant desert ecosystem for millennia longer. Surrounded by sagebrush flats that lay at the foot of Gass Peak, Multiple species of trees encircle four stocked ponds that are always popular with waterfowl and local fishermen. The diversity of the surrounding area offers an excellent opportunity to see a wide variety of resident species and visiting migrants. The park includes the Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site, and Tule Springs Wash. Tell the staff at the gate that you are here for the Audubon walk. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

Monthly bird walk at Floyd Lamb Park.  Easy walking.   No reservation required; just show up.  Beginners (with binoculars) welcome.  Meet the leader at the last parking lot, lot #5.

Winter Social Event @ Truffles N Bacon
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Event details to be posted later

Mar
28
Wed
Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day
Mar 28 all-day

Event detail to be posted later.

Mar
31
Sat
Birding at China Date Ranch @ China Date Ranch
Mar 31 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
 China Ranch is a family owned and operated small farm, a lush piece of greenery amidst the forbidding Mojave Desert near Southern Death Valley. Imagine towering cottonwoods and willows by a wandering stream, date palms and abundant wildlife, all hidden away in some of the most spectacular scenery the desert has to offer.The Ranch is also rich in history. The Old Spanish Trail is within walking distance, as is the historic Tonopah & Tidewater railroad bed.
After bird the ranch, participants are invited to enjoy the delicious date shake.
Participant should plan on meeting our guide Len Warren at the China Date Ranch at 8:30 am.
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Apr
7
Sat
Greater Sage-grouse & Pahranagat NWR @ Ely, Nevada
Apr 7 – Apr 8 all-day

 

The primary goal of this trip is to see greater sage grouse on a lek (strutting ground).

On Saturday leave Las Vegas very early andl do general birding at Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge and Key Pittman Wildlife Management Area, and then continue to Ely, Nevada for the night and a group dinner. For folks not interested in leaving Las Vegas and bird along the way to Ely – should plan on meeting the group for dinner Saturday night.

On Sunday we will rise very early to meet Aaron Ambos of Southern Nevada Water Authority. He will lead us to a monitored lek that is expected to have a number of strutting males. Afterwards, we will do some birding in Spring Valley, expecting to see golden eagles, rough-legged hawks, and ferruginous hawks, and then return to Las Vegas.  Dress for cold.

Only three (3) vehicles – including the leader vehicles, will be allowed into the lek area. A limit of 6 tickets will be sold for this field trip. A waiting list will be maintained for this event. If the event is sold out and you want to be put on the wait list, please contact Doug Chang (contactus@redrockaudubon.com)

Meet up location and trip details will be sent to participants one week prior to departure.

 

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Tree planting & Pollinator garden planting @ Discovery Park - Pahrump
Apr 7 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Fall has arrived at Discovery Park!!! The park is gorgeous. Your (volunteer) 2017 hard work in is paying off.  Discovery Park is going to be even more beautiful in 2018.

On April 7, 2018 we are going to kick-off the 2018 planting season. We have lots of new trees to plant and another pollinator way station to install. Thankfully, holes will be pre-dug for us.

Park at 1100 Daytona St. Walk in at the empty lot on the north side of Daytona St.

We’ll need at least 25 of you for 4 hours (9am to 1pm). Please join us.

Bring work gloves and refillable water bottle (reduce plastic). Other tools will be available for use.

If you are able to join us, please call or email Richard Cantino  ( richardcantino@att.net,  702-275-0995 or 775-727-0645) so that we can plan the work assignments ahead of your arrival.

Apr
9
Mon
Bird walk @ Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve
Apr 9 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Avocet

Officially created from a defunct water treatment facility in 1967, Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve appears to be a mirage at first glance, but its nine ponds have created an oasis in the desert and a great place to see a lot of different birds. Come with us for a walk and see how industrial land can be repurposed and adapted to attract wildlife and create a unique natural environment. A wide variety of resident and migratory water fowls can be seen at this location year-round. You’ll enjoy excellent access to the birds thanks to the maintained grounds and pre-built structures. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

 

 

Apr
14
Sat
Bird walk @ Springs Preserve
Apr 14 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Anna'a Hummingbird

Come see where humans and wildlife have gathered for thousands of years to quench their thirst in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Thousands of years. Walk the trails among cottonwoods, learn what a cienega really is and explore the desert botanical gardens. Species of wildlife seen at the Springs Preserve will vary, as the mix of resident and migratory species change with the seasons. All of this, amazingly, in the middle of a city of 2 million+ people. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs. The Red Rock Audubon general meeting follows after the walk at the Nevada State Museum and the public is invited.

Apr
15
Sun
Java Jaunts – Bird walk @ Clark County Wetlands Park
Apr 15 @ 7:30 am – 10:00 am

 

“Explore the Las Vegas Wash as we saunter through mesquite bosques, around reed lined ponds, and maybe even among the meadows (las vegas) of the largest park in Clark County. A natural water polishing station, the park contains a remarkably diverse amount of wildlife and is another example of the potential partnership between urban planning and habitat conservation and restoration. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them.” T. Bingham

Java Jaunt is a Clark County Wetlands Park program – supported by Red Rock Audubon.  Meet up location will vary depending on the monthly program. Participants must register with the Wetlands Park to receive the most up to date walk details. Click here. to register.

 

Apr
21
Sat
Floyd Lamb Park @ Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Apr 21 @ 7:30 am – 10:30 am

 

Photo by Trish Wooddy

A true oasis in the Mojave, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs has been a park since 1964 and a significant desert ecosystem for millennia longer. Surrounded by sagebrush flats that lay at the foot of Gass Peak, Multiple species of trees encircle four stocked ponds that are always popular with waterfowl and local fishermen. The diversity of the surrounding area offers an excellent opportunity to see a wide variety of resident species and visiting migrants. The park includes the Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site, and Tule Springs Wash. Tell the staff at the gate that you are here for the Audubon walk. As always, dress appropriately and bring your kids and your binoculars if you have them, but sorry, no dogs.

Monthly bird walk at Floyd Lamb Park.  Easy walking.   No reservation required; just show up.  Beginners (with binoculars) welcome.  Meet the leader at the last parking lot, lot #5.

 

 

Apr
28
Sat
Bioblitz at Wetlands Park
Apr 28 all-day

Event details to be posted later.

Apr
29
Sun
Birding by Sound @ Clark County Wetlands Park
Apr 29 @ 7:30 am – 11:30 am

Jeanne Tinsman will be leading us on this field trip.

This field trip designed to help us improve our audio bird identification knowledge and skills.  Some bird sounds are quite delicate, faint, high or low register, and quick ~ this is NOT for those who have trouble hearing.  We are also limiting the number of participants to eight.

We’ll not only be listening for calls and songs, but also the sounds birds make when they move (wings in flight, searching for food, drumming by woodpeckers, etc.)

Binoculars are required.

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