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Birding with the Audubon Society

A unique outdoor adventure for aspiring naturalists and aficionados alike


Birding with the Audubon Society

Fort Mason Community Garden, San Francisco

Sunday, June 15
8-10 am

Brad Heller ’05 bheller@alumni.princeton.edu

Everyone knows about the profound natural beauty of the Bay area, but this is an opportunity to experience it from a completely new perspective.  We are lucky to have birding expert David Assmann lead us for a walk in the environs of the Community Garden to explore several different habitats. Highlights of the trip may include migrating birds such as Hooded Orioles and even the Northern Gannet, which is typically found on the East coast. We’ll also check out the Black Point Battery for flycatchers and warblers, and scan Aquatic Park for water birds. Beginners are especially encouraged to attend, but binoculars are required.

At the conclusion of the walk, we will meet up for breakfast at Café GoLo (1602 Lombard Street), about five minutes by foot from the park entrance.

This event is free but space is limited to 15 participants. Binoculars required. Restroom in meadow, ample parking if there is no race on the waterfront (also easily accessible by transit). Heavy rain cancels. Map: http://goo.gl/maps/RKZwU.

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