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Wildlife of the American West – Brent Paull
 
NEW TIME
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
at The Terraces
 
Bear “From the bears and elk of Yellowstone to the Vermilion Flycatchers of Morongo Valley, from the bobcats and kit fox of the San Joaquin Valley to the snow geese of Bosque del Apache and the northern harriers of Utah - we live in a wildlife mecca that gives us access to some of the greatest, most beautiful creatures that walk, fl y, or crawl across this globe.” This has been the photographic view of Brent Paull for 32 years.” Once a freelance photographer, Brent now leads photographic safari tours. He will share with us some of his wildlife photography from throughout the country.

 
Alaska from the Sea Wolf – Patty Biasca and Bob Anderson
 
NEW TIME
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
at The Terraces
 
The Sea Wolf On a converted WWII wooden mine sweeper (now called the Sea Wolf) Patty Biasca and Bob Anderson explored Alaska’s Inside Passage from Juneau to Ketchikan encountering orcas, humpback whales, bears, and other Alaskan wildlife. The trip format, which used kayaks and a skiff to leave the boat daily, allowed intimate views of nooks and crannies not seen by the average cruise ship passenger. This talk will give some of the fascinating history of the Sea Wolf and share pictures and experiences encountered along the way. Patty and Bob have been enjoying outdoor adventures for most of their adult lives, the last 25 or so years exploring together through backpacking, river rafting, kayaking, and hiking in some of the world’s most beautiful and out-of-the-way places.


Field Trips and Outings
Saturday Morning Local
Bird Walks

 
Dates and locations of our bird walks
will now be listed in the newsletter and on our web page.

Join us most Saturday mornings for an enjoyable bird walk. You can meet at the Los Gatos Birdwatcher at 8:00 AM and drive over together, or meet at the trip location by 8:15 am. Walks end by 10:00AM. These two hour Saturday walks are open to all who are interested in birding. Rain cancels. No Charge.

FEB 6  No local morning walk as we will be birding in the Lodi area.

FEB 13  La Rinconada Park, Los Gatos. Meet near the tennis court.

FEB 20  Palo Alto Baylands. Meet near the Ranger Station.

FEB 27  Oka Percolation Ponds. Meet at the Oka entrance.

MAR 5  Vasona County Park. Meet off University at the Pepper Tree Lane entrance.


Sunnyvale Audubon Walks
 
First Wednesday of the Month
 
March 2 – Noon to 1pm
 
Freddy will continue to lead this walk for Santa Clara Valley Audubon on the First Wednesday of the month. Birding walks are listed at www.scvas.org. Bring your binoculars (loaners are available) and meet Freddy at the Sunnyvale Pollution Control Plant where Borregas and Caribbean meet off of 237. After entering the plant turn left at the first stop sign and continue to the end of the parking area. No Charge.


Let's Go Birding with Lisa Myers
 
Let's Go Birding – Lodi, 2nd Crane Tour added
 
Saturday, February 16, 2016 —
8:00 AM to 5:30 PM

 
The Sandhill Cranes arrived in the fall and will soon be leaving for their northern breeding grounds. This trip will take us to the crane habitats around Lodi as we bird Staten Island Road. We will also be on the lookout for Tundra Swans, Cackling and Greater White Fronted Geese and the many raptors that share this habitat.
 
Fee: $60 Includes transportation.


International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Let's Go Birding – Visit the International Crane Foundation Headquarters in Baraboo, WI
 
Let’s Go Birding is planning a 5 day tour in the 2016 May time frame to visit the International Crane Foundation headquarters in Baraboo, WI. This is the only place on Earth where one can see all fi fteen species of the world’s cranes. We will tour the facility, learn about the world’s cranes and spend time birding the many trails and habitats found here. We will also visit other hot spots of the area looking for species not found in the west. This tour coincides with the spring migration. If you would like to learn more please call the store or email info@letsgobirding.com.






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