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Snow Goose Festival of the Pacific Flyway JAN 22–26, 2020  •  Chico, CA snowgoosefestival.org

Let's Go Birding — Tour Division of the Los Gatos Birdwatcher
Saturday Morning Local Bird Walks FREE Field Trips & Outings
Join us most Saturday mornings for an enjoyable bird walk.
You can meet at the Los Gatos Birdwatcher at 8:00 am, or meet at the trip location by 8:30 am. Walks end by 10:00 am. These two-hour Saturday walks are open to all who are interested in birding. If the forecast calls for an 80–100% chance of rain in Los Gatos, the trip cancels. Unless you have a county or senior parking pass, some locations require a parking fee. A reminder to our location will also be found on the store’s phone message.

DEC 7, 14, 21  No Walks. There will be no morning walks on these days during the busy holiday season.

DEC 28  West Valley Junior Collegein Saratoga. Meet in front of Fox Theatre off of Fruitvale & Admissions Way

JAN 4  Location to be announced for the New Year. Call the store on Friday, January 3, for location.

Upcoming Tours

Tours below require a reservation, please call the store to save your spot,

January 2020 Birding Tour

Stay tuned… We're planning a winter trip to the Merced National Wildlife Refuge. Details to come.

Let's Go Birding to Texas for the
Spring Migration!

Paul Tebbel releasing a Sandhill Crane ©Joel Satore / www.joelsartore.com

APRIL 25 – MAY 3, 2020  •  Waiting List only

Let’s Go Birding has partnered with High Lonesome birdtours in order to bring this spring 2020 tour to the Los Gatos Birdwatcher community. This tour includes two leaders and the trip fills with 8 participants! The upper Texas coast provides an unrivaled birding spectacle in the spring as millions of migrants stream north on their way to their breeding grounds. We’ll find southern species already setting up territories and the inland forests will be filled with song. The coast can be alive with exhausted passerines arriving after crossing the gulf, and it is not uncommon to record more than 30 different species of just the shorebirds. Famous migrant traps like High Island, Sabine Woods, and LaFitte’s Cove concentrate vireos, thrushes, tanagers, grosbeaks, and of course the jewels of Neotropical migrants, the warblers. This trip coincides with the peak of spring migration and will take advantage of the best time of year to witness this miracle of nature. We will also look for the endangered The Golden-cheeked Warbler whose population nests entirely in the juniper-oak woodlands of central Texas.

Los Gatos Birdwatcher, 792 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos, CA 95030, 408-358-9453, info@losgatosbirdwatcher.com info@losgatosbirdwatcher.com
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