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Birding with the Audubon Society

A unique outdoor adventure for aspiring naturalists and aficionados alike

Sunday, October 19, 8-10 am

Fort Mason Community Garden, San Francisco
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Free but donation to Audubon is strongly encouraged (see below for details)

Brad Heller ’05

Everyone knows about the profound natural beauty of the Bay area, but this is an opportunity to experience it from a completely new perspective. Our last outing was so popular that the Audubon Society has agreed to lead an exclusive all-Princeton group during the peak of the fall migratory season! As always, beginners are especially encouraged to attend – but binoculars are required.

Highlights of the trip will likely include the Hermit’s Warbler and the Bullock’s Oriole, which have already been spotted in the area. In addition to migrating warblers, vireos and flycatchers, we may have a chance to see overwintering birds such as the Red-Breasted Sapsucker.

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.

The leaders of our walk have refused to accept money from us. Please donate instead to Audubon directly at this link (http://www.goldengateaudubon.org/donate). Be sure to mention “David Assmann’s 10/2014 Fort Mason Trip” in the comment space so they know we support them.

Binoculars required. Space is limited to 30 participants. Restroom in meadow, ample parking if there is no race on the waterfront (also easily accessible by transit). Heavy rain cancels.

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