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Friday, December 14, 2018

North Bay Area Birds of Prey Trips. January to March 2019 West Cointy Hawkwatch


January 5th - RR open space – (time TBD)
Rush Ranch Open Space (Raptor Identification and Natural History PowerPoint Presentation & Susuin Hills hike) Solano Land Trust. Rush Ranch Open Space provides raptors with habitat where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, Solano Land Trust docent and raptor expert, Larry Broderick, leads hikes and workshops so others can learn about the birds of prey that call Solano Land Trust properties home.  During this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on those lands for habitat. These lands have resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and winter the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Rush Ranch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management." 

 
February 2nd, (timing TBD)
Galt Birding Festival, West County Hawkwatch Raptor presentation, natural history and identification with rare regional updates, Saturday.
 
 

February- 9th, 10am to 1pm
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Flyway Festival) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
- Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, Solano Land Trust docent and raptor expert, Larry Broderick, leads hikes and workshops so others can learn about the birds of prey. You can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on those lands for habitat. During migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
This hike will be between 4-6 miles. Meet in the parking lot.
 

 
February- 10th, (two hikes) 9am to 11am & 12noon to 2pm
Sears Point, Baylands, Dickson Ranch, wetlands (Flyway Festival) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Experience this Baylands restoration in process, Sonoma Land Trust and San Pablo Bay’s flagship wetlands Restoration project in full swing, the former Dickson Ranch now a wetland along with the reestablished Baylands wetlands, with open Ag Space all around, provides a winter wonderland of Raptors, we’ve seen all seven diurnal Birds of Prey forms out here over the years, so this walk always delivers exciting sights.
 

 
February 17th 10am to 2pm
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.
 

 

 

February 22nd - 25th
Lower Klamath Basin annual trip.
West County Hawkwatch Team and Guest annual event... 
Email: northcoastraptor@gmail.com
 
 


 

March 2nd  10am to 1pm
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Season Close) Solano Land Trust, Saturday.
- Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, Solano Land Trust docent and raptor expert, Larry Broderick, leads hikes and workshops so others can learn about the birds of prey. You can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on those lands for habitat. During migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
This hike will be between 4-6 miles. Meet in the parking lot.

 

 

March 3rd  10am to 2pm
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.

 

 

March 10th, 10am to 2pm
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.


Friday, December 7, 2018

2019 dates! announced all dates here, past 2018 and forward 2019



September 29th – 10am to 2pm
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Raptor Migration) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, during this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on the land as resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
Check here for details: https://solanolandtrust.org/events

October 17th-
Annadel Visitor Center, Trione-Annadel State Park, 6201 Channel Drive, 6:30pm (Raptor identification and natural history presentation) Wednesday.

October 20th- 
Jenner Headlands Preserve migratory Hawk walk Sonoma Land Trust, 10am to 2pm, Saturday. Fall Hawk Migration, Jenner Headlands, October 20, 10am–2pm, Level 3
(Sold out)  West County Hawk Watch has been out on the Jenner Hawk Overlook for nearly 10 years counting hawks flying through on their migration. Join Hawk Watch founder Larry Broderick for a guided walk and experience the thrill of observing these birds of prey ride on the winds.
Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

October 28th-
Estero Americano (Migratory and Overwintering Hawk walk) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
(sold out) Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration. Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

November 3rd-  High Fire danger, cancelled
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Over-Wintering Raptor Distribution Hike) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, during this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on the land as resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
https://solanolandtrust.org/events


November 4th-
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
(sold out) Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration. Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

November 17th -
Madrone Audubon Society Tolay Lake Regional Park, Bird Walk, (with West County Hawkwatch Raptor overwintering consultation) 8am to 2pm. Saturday.

December 1st -
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Raptor Over-Wintering Wonderland) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, during this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on the land as resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
Check here for details: https://solanolandtrust.org/events

January 5th- RR open space – 10am to 2pm
Rush Ranch Open Space (Raptor Identification PowerPoint & Susuin Hills hike
Solano Land Trust Check here of details: https://solanolandtrust.org/events

February 2nd- figuring out time lines, link and directions. Galt Birding Festival, West County Hawkwatch Raptor presentation, natural history and identification with rare regional updates, Saturday.

February- 9th 10am to 2pm
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Flyway Festival) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, during this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on the land as resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
Check here for details: https://solanolandtrust.org/events

February- 10th still plotting time line, two hikes 9am to 10:30 and 11am to 12:30pm (TBD)
Sears Point, Baylands, Dickson Ranch, wetlands (Flyway Festival) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html
February 17th 10am to 2pm
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration. Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

February 22nd - 25th
Lower Klamath Basin annual trip. West County Hawkwatch Team and Guest annual event... 
Check with Larry for details, hotel, travel, agenda…. northcoastraptor@gmail.com

March 2nd
Lynch Canyon Open Space, 10am to 2pm  (Season Close) Solano Land Trust, Saturday.
Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, during this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on the land as resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
Check here for details: https://solanolandtrust.org/events

March 3rd
Skaggs Island, 10am to 2pm (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.  Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

March 10th
Skaggs Island, 10am to 2pm (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration. Check here for details: https://sonomalandtrust.org/outings/index.html

Email me [Larry Broderick] with questions: northcoastraptor@gmail.com

Also West County Hawkwatch tours, but run under the heading of “Wild by Nature with Dave Barry”

Sept 29TH The Wildlands Conservancy (TWC) at the Jenner Headlands Preserve. Birds of Prey migration tour.  Info: https://www.facebook.com/JennerHeadlandsPreserve 

Oct 6TH     LandPaths at the Poff Ranch. Birds of Prey migration tour.
Info:  https://landpaths.z2systems.com/np/clients/landpaths/event.jsp?event=915

Oct 21ST   TWC at the Jenner Headlands Preserve. Birds of Prey migration and over-wintering tour.
Info: https://www.facebook.com/JennerHeadlandsPreserve




Friday, October 19, 2018


September 29th –
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Raptor Migration) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
- Lynch Canyon provides raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Each year from fall through late winter, Solano Land Trust docent and raptor expert, Larry Broderick, leads hikes and workshops so others can learn about the birds of prey that call Solano Land Trust properties home.  During this viewing season, you can join other binocular-wielding people who appreciate the connection between Solano Land Trust's protected ranchland and open spaces and the birds that rely on those lands for habitat.
- Thanks to the ongoing conservation work at Lynch Canyon, and the donors who make this work possible, the land has resident yearlong raptors in addition to its wintertime visitors. During fall and spring migration, the bird population can double or triple. “It's a wild, remote wilderness, and yet it's right in our backyard," says Larry Broderick. “Lynch has a great prey base, and that is a testament to Solano Land Trust's ecosystem management."
- Solano Land Trust and Solano County Parks are proud to present this popular series of birds of prey hikes of the winter migration season. Lynch Canyon is home to golden eagles and hawks. It is also a magnet for migrating and over-wintering birds of prey.  It provides them with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Some feathered visitors come from as far away as the Arctic Circle. This hike will be between 4-6 miles. Meet in the parking lot.
- COST: The guided hike is $10 per person. You can pay online when registering, or bring cash/check, payable to Solano Land Trust. *NOTE: There is a separate parking fee of $6 at Lynch Canyon, cash or check, payable to Solano County Parks. REGISTRATION: Space is limited. Pre-registration required.


 
October 17th-
Annadel Visitor Center, Trione-Annadel State Park, 6201 Channel Drive, 6:30pm (Raptor identification and natural history presentation) Wednesday.
 
October 20th- 
Jenner Headlands Preserve migratory Hawk walk Sonoma Land Trust, 10am to 2pm, Saturday.
Fall Hawk Migration, Jenner Headlands, October 20, 10am–2pm, Level 3
(Sold out)  West County Hawk Watch has been out on the Jenner Hawk Overlook for nearly 10 years counting hawks flying through on their migration. Join Hawk Watch founder Larry Broderick for a guided walk and experience the thrill of observing these birds of prey ride on the winds.
 
October 28th-
Estero Americano (Migratory and Overwintering Hawk walk) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.
 
November 3rd- 
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Over-Wintering Raptor Distribution Hike) Solano Land Trust, Saturday.
 
November 4th-
Skaggs Island, (Overwintering Raptor Wonderland) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
Let’s look to the fall skies with raptor enthusiast and California Certified Naturalist Larry Broderick! Larry’s love for the birds is contagious and he narrates what is happening in the skies with the intensity of a sports commentator. Come away with skills to easily identify the raptors flying overhead during the fall migration.
 

November 17th-
Madrone Audubon Society Tolay Lake Regional Park, Bird Walk, (with West County Hawkwatch Raptor overwintering consultation) 8am to 2pm. Saturday.
 
December 1st-
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Raptor Over-Wintering Wonderland) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
 
January?
[Undetermined date] Rush Ranch Open Space (Raptor Identification PowerPoint & Susuin Hills hike) [19th or 20th, 5th or 6th] Solano Land Trust
 
February 2nd-
Galt Birding Festival, West County Hawkwatch Raptor presentation, natural history and identification with rare regional updates, Saturday.
 
February- 9th 
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Flyway Festival) Solano Land Trust, Saturday. 
 
February- 10th
Sears Point, Baylands, Dixon Ranch, wetlands (Flyway Festival) Sonoma Land Trust, Sunday.
 

February 22nd - 25th
Lower Klamath Basin annual trip. West County Hawkwatch Team and Guest annual event... 
 

March 2nd-
Lynch Canyon Open Space (Season Close) Solano Land Trust, Saturday.

 

Email me with questions:
northcoastraptor@gmail.com

 






Friday, August 17, 2018

August 25th, Saturday Orientation. Meet at 9:15, head up at 9:30, we'll be done by noon, we are going to check to gate, stock the forms bin, time the walk up from the barn, explore a shuttle to and from the barn, and look for some hawks, if its good we may stay past noon.
Call Larry for details 707 791-0335

and.... August 29th, detail below from Dave
Hello Team,

We will be starting our Fall Migration Project on Wednesday Aug 29TH 2018. There is a slight difference to our protocol this year.

We will still meet at the Jenner Visitor Center (JVC) and carpool to the Jenner Hawk Overlook (JHO). We will leave the JVC at 0930 SHARP! So that we can start our Hawkwatch at 1000 hours.

Here is the IMPORTANT new Protocol: We will park our vehicles at the barn and walk to our Hawkwatch site about 200 yards! We are still working on the details with The Wildlands Conservancy (TWC).
We will stay until 1400 hours (2:00) than depart the hill.

If joining please let us know. You should bring layered clothing! It can be hot or it can be down right cold & windy!!

Things to bring:

Lunch food snacks
Hydration fluids
Binoculars
Spotting scope
Folding chair
Camera
A Great Attitude
A desire to learn
Wind gauge
Compass
Pencil or pen & paper

I will be at every Wednesday except Sept 5TH, unless something unforeseen come up?

Looking forward to another great year! Get out and practice your ID skills beforehand.

I also can not use Yahoo Groups any more.
So this FB group will be my main form of communication with our Team.

Dave Barry.

Larry B. Edits....

(I posted this for Dave, I will be posting on Yahoo, Facebook, and West County Hawkwatch goggle blogger)

So for yahoo?
Headlands Hawks at Yahoo groups (where you are now)

Facebook?
Jenner Headlands Hawk Migration Project & West County Hawkwatch Raptor Research Group

Google Blogger?
West County Hawkwatch

Best email for Larry?
northcoastraptor@gmail.com

Friday, January 12, 2018

 

Raptor Tours, Programs and other events:
 

Jan 7th, 10am - 2pm, Lynch Canyon Open Space, Over-wintering Raptor distribution hike. (Solano Land Trust)
 
Jan 20th, 11am - 3pm, Rush Ranch Open Space, Raptor identification hike and PowerPoint Birds of prey slide show. (Solano Land Trust)
 
Jan 20th, 3pm - 4:30pm Laguna Foundation Waterfowl presentation, with WCHW partner and Wild by Nature guide Dave Barry. (Please visit Laguna Foundation webpage for details)
 
Jan 21st, 7:30am – 11am Laguna Foundation Waterfowl tour, with WCHW partner and Wild by Nature guide Dave Barry (Please visit Laguna Foundation webpage for details)
 

Jan 25th, 7pm - 9pm, (Thursday night) Raptor Identification, Natural History and Local status updates PowerPoint slide show. (at Sonoma Land Trust HQ.)
 
Jan 28th, 10am to 2pm, Skaggs Island Birds of prey Over-wintering distribution, Tour and Walk. (Sonoma Land Trust)
 

Feb 10th, 9am 1ST Hike and 11:30am 2nd Hike, Flyway Festival Sears Point wetlands Raptor Tours, (1st) 9am to 11am & (2nd) 11:30am to 1:30pm, part of the greater Bay Area Flyway Festival, San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge. (Sonoma Land Trust)
 
Feb 10th, 10am -2pm, LandPaths Over-wintering Birds at JHP, with WCHW partner and Wild by Nature guide Dave Barry (Please visit LandPaths webpage for details)
 
Feb 11th 10am to 2pm Flyway Festival Hike at Lynch Canyon Open Space, Over-wintering Raptor distribution hike. (Solano Land Trust)
 
February 19th Monday, 7pm, (2018) Mendocino at the Casper Community Center. Audubon Programs. PowerPoint Presentation Raptor Identification and local updates, more information coming  
 

February 20th Tuesday, 7pm, (2018) Inland Mendocino County group, Peregrine Audubon (peregrineaudubon.org) PowerPoint  Presentation Raptor Identification and local updates, Ukiah Civic Center programs at 6:30 p.m., start our business meeting at 7 p.m. and introduce the speaker before 7:30, done by 8:30 p.m. Peregrine Audubon Society, 707 972 6988
 
March 10th, 2pm – 5pm, Waterfowl presentation & walk at the Baylands, with WCHW partner and Wild by Nature guide Dave Barry (Sonoma Land Trust)

March 4th, 9am to 1pm, Skaggs Island Birds of prey Over-wintering distribution, Tour and Walk. (Sonoma Land Trust)

March 15th Thursday, 7PM (2018) Redbud Audubon Lower Lake. PowerPoint Presentation Raptor Identification and local updates, more information coming
 
March 18th Skaggs, 10am to 2pm, Skaggs Island Birds of prey Over-wintering distribution, Tour and Walk. (Sonoma Land Trust)
 
March 24th, 10am to 2pm, LandPaths Wild Pig Tracking/Ecology, with WCHW partner and Wild by Nature guide Dave Barry (Please visit LandPaths webpage for details)


 

Feb 10th, 9am 1ST Hike and 11:30am 2nd Hike, Flyway Festival Sears Point wetlands Raptor Tours, (1st) 9am to 11am & (2nd) 11:30am to 1:30pm, part of the greater Bay Area Flyway Festival, San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge. (Sonoma Land Trust) Parking free Reclamation Road.
 
Feb 11th 10am to 2pm Flyway Festival Hike at Lynch Canyon Open Space, Over-wintering Raptor distribution hike. (Solano Land Trust) Parking $6 Lynch Canyon parking lot, off of Lynch road




Monday, December 11, 2017

This Saturday 12-16-2017 last tour of the 2017 year. Lynch Canyon. Birds of Prey Tour and Golden Eagle Identification field study...

10:00am – 2:00pm

This Saturday 12-16-2017 last tour of the 2017 year.

Birds of Prey Tour and Golden Eagle Identification field study

Lynch Canyon

Join Larry Broderick and team for a birds of prey hike at Lynch Canyon. Lynch Canyon is home to golden eagles and hawks. It is also a magnet for migrating and over-wintering birds of prey. It provides these raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Some feathered visitors come from as far away as the Arctic Circle.
 
REGISTRATION: Required. RSVP by clicking here!
COST: $10 per person (payable when registering) plus $6 per vehicle (payable at the park).
 
WHAT TO BRING: (1) Hiking boots or trail running shoes with good grip (to prevent falls on the slippery, steep, rugged terrain). (2) Long socks pulled over long, sturdy pants (to protect your legs from thorny plants and any poison oak, and to make any ticks more visible so that you can brush them off you). (3) Protection from the elements—sun (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses), wind, fog, rain. (4) A backpack with plenty of water and snacks and/or a bag lunch. (5) You may also want to bring hiking sticks (to prevent falls), gaiters (to further protect your legs from thorny plants), bug repellent, binoculars and a camera.



 

Friday, September 22, 2017

Jenner Hawkwatch tomorrow 1pm to 4pm, be there

(9-23-17) heading out to Jenner tomorrow Saturday, rare afternoon watch 1pm to 4pm... meet up at 12:30 at the Jenner Visitors Center (JVC) in the town of Jenner, if the JVC Parking Lot is full which it may be, we'll meet across the street at the Jenner Inn, use my cell # below to call me if needed, We head up to the hawk watch by 12:45, count 1pm to 4pm.... we'll leave early if activity is not there, but from what I am seeing at GGRO (Golden Gate Raptor Observatory) it's on and Sharp-shinned and Cooper's Hawks are on the move.

Larry @ 707 791-0335





Wednesday, September 6, 2017

This Sunday Jenner meet up 9:30 at Jenner Visitor Center

Jenner Hawk Watch this Sunday meet 9:30am Jenner Visitor center...

Watch 10am to 2pm, hawks are on the move...

Come out and enjoy nature, learn raptor Identification, and see amazing sights from high atop the cool and pristine Jenner Headlands

Last week we had 8 species.... should be a good day on Sunday

Wednesday, May 17, 2017