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Please call the store to reserve your spot: 408-358-9453

American Avocet by Tony Woo
American Avocet ©Tony Woo

Bird ID Workshops with Lisa Myers — Open to all levels

Classes take place at the Los Gatos Birdwatcher. Call the store to save your spot 408-358-9453 because these workshops have proven extremely popular. Customers learn how to identify the birds coming to their yards. We will focus on four different bird species in the hourlong session. Please bring your own folding chair and field guide with you to class. Free

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 7– 8PM

Yellow Rumped Warbler, American Goldfinch, Golden Crowned Sparrow, American Avocet.


Nature Photo Presentation:

One Photographer's Self-Guided Icelandic Adventure

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Atlantic Puffin by John Gaylor
Atlantic Puffin ©John Gaylor

The Los Gatos Birdwatcher is proud to sponsor entertaining and educational nature photo presentations each season for our local community. Presentations take place at The

Terraces which is located behind the Los Gatos Birdwatcher. Presentations start at 7:00 PM. You are welcome to park at The Terraces or use our Kings Court parking lot and take the short walk next door. These presentations are free and there is no need to pre-register.


Elephant walking along shoreline in Sri Lanka. Photo by David Couzens

Chestnut-backed Chickadees at feeder. ©Pranjal Gupa

Project FeederWatch

NOW THRU APRIL 3, 2020
from your own backyard

Become a scientist in your own yard! As easy as counting birds as often as every week or as infrquently as you like. If you have a bird feeder, bird bath, or plantings that attract birds, you're all set. Project FeederWatch is a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Bird Studies Canada. It's a fun way to learn and contribute to

a 30+ year-and-running dataset of bird population changes. Visit feederwatch.org to learn more.



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.

FEB 1  No morning walk. Let's Go Birding tour to Merced National Refuge.

FEB 8  Los Gatos Creek Park. Meet off Hacienda on Dell Ave at Vandell Way.

FEB 15  Bear Creek Redwoods. Limited parkingon site. Encouraged to meet at store and carpool.

FEB 22  Edenvale Gardens Regional Parl. Meet in lot at 200 Edenvale Ave.

FEB 29  No morning walk. Please consider Lisa's In the Field Duck Class.

 
Upcoming Tours

Tours below require a reservation, please call the store to save your spot,
408-358-9453.

Merced National Wildlife Refuge

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1
7:45 AM – 4:30 PM

White Faced Ibis by Tony Woo
White Faced Ibis  ©Tony Woo

An experience not to be missed! The Refuge is a true winter phenomenon. One of trip leader's Lisa Myers favorites, it encompasses 10,258 acres of wetlands, native grasslands, vernal pools, and riparian areas and hosts the largest wintering populations of lesser Sandhill Cranes and Ross' Geese along the Pacific Flyway. Each year over 20,000 cranes and 60,000

arctic-nesting geese make the Refuge home for six months, mingling with thousands of other visiting waterfowl, waterbirds, ibis and shorebirds. Rain does not cancel. Fee: $80 includes transportation. Call the store to reserve your spot. 408-358-9453

Duck Workshop in the Field

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Goldeneye by Tony Woo
Goldeneye  ©Tony Woo

Lisa Myers will lead students through Bay Area water habitats visiting both salt water and fresh water habitats. Every winter the San Francisco Bay Area becomes a magnet for many different species of ducks. We hope to see roughly 20 different species.

Participants meet at and carpool from the Los Gatos Birdwatcher. Bring optics, snacks, liquids and proper layering for cold and possibly wet weather. Rain does not cancel — water off a duck's back!  Fee: $55




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