Field Trip: Sacramento Refuge Fly-Off
$27 Adult; $10 Youth
Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Meet at Chico Masonic Family Center (Map)
Walking, could involve distance but largely flat
Leaving Chico in the early afternoon will give us plenty of time to stop and look for geese, swans, and cranes on our way to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. We will arrive at the refuge in time to witness thousands of birds silhouetted against the sunset sky as they leave the refuge all at once in their spectacular 'fly-off'. Dress warmly. Photographers are welcome and encouraged to bring their equipment. This trip is also offered on Thursday and Friday with a different leader.
Field Trip Leader
Mike Boyd holds a degree in Biology and Nursing. He has been birding since the 1980s. He worked as an Emergency Department RN for several years prior to becoming the Department Chair for Allied Health, Program Director and Instructor for the Paramedic Program at Butte College. He also volunteered in Glacier National Park in Montana doing wildlife monitoring including a two year Mountain Goat study. He was a member of the Altacal Audubon Society board. He has enjoyed the many birding opportunities of the Sacramento Valley and has a special liking for the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge.
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