Saturday, Jan 29, 2022 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Meet at Patrick Ranch Museum (Map)
Walking, could involve distance but largely flat
We'll take a brief stop at the east end of 20th Street in hopes of seeing Burrowing Owl, Horned Lark and Rock Wren. Then we'll head over to the Chico Seed Orchard to see what wintering passerines we can find, usually spotting some high country birds that like the pines such as the Red-breasted Nuthatch or Brown Creeper, and if we're lucky, maybe we'll spy a Varied Thrush or Red Crossbill. We'll finish the day with a visit to the Secret Trail Brewing Company to taste some local Chico ales. Food available for purchase, or you can bring a lunch. Bring binoculars, water, and a snack.
Lisa Winslow has a lifelong love for birds, wildlife and nature. She was a School Counselor for many years in the Chico community. She often spends her weekends out birding and hiking and is a member of the local Altacal Audubon Society. One of her favorite hot spots in the Chico area is the Oxidation Ponds.
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Charles Cornell holds a degree in Geography. He has birded in Butte County since the 1970s, worked for the U. S. Forest Service, and volunteered in Outdoor & Environmental Education programs. Living near rice fields in Butte County, he enjoys stepping outside at night and hearing goose music and Great Horned Owls.
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Lori is a retired educator from Chico Unified School District. Lori loves hiking in Butte County and Northern California. She started Birdwatching several years ago and loves getting out in some of the best birding areas Butte County offers.
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