Sierra Valley Bird Walk flyer

Sierra Valley Bird Walk

oin PAS lifetime member and wildlife biologist, Colin Dillingham, for a spring bird walk throughout Sierra Valley. Meet at Maddalena Ranch, the East Entrance to the Sierra Valley Preserve, at 8 am. In addition to birding at the Feather River Land Trust’s preserve, participants will be guided during additional birding opportunities on Marble Hot Springs Road. The tour will go until approximately 12 pm. PAS will provide a limited number of binoculars that can be borrowed during the tour. This field trip is free and open to members of the public of all ages.

Dates

May 9
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

Maddelena Ranch - East Entrance to Sierra Valley Preserve
Sierra Valley

Region

Southeast Plumas

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