Sunday, Jan 30, 2022 8:15 am - 4:30 pm
Meet at Patrick Ranch Museum (Map)
Walking, could involve distance but largely flat
Gray Lodge Wildlife Area is one of the premier winter birding areas in Northern Sacramento Valley. With its varied habitats, flat hiking trails, viewing hides, and a 3-mile auto loop, viewing the million plus ducks, hundreds of thousands of Snow and Ross's Geese, and raptors galore will be spectacular! Then we'll take a short drive to Cordi Winery, nestled at the base of the Sutter Buttes, for some wine tasting and R & R after your big day of birding. Bring snacks, lunch, water, a field guide, and binoculars. Dress for the winter weather and wear hiking shoes or boots. Price includes CDFW Lands Pass and tasting.
Gaylord Grams is an avid local birder and has led many field trips for the Altacal Chapter of the Audubon Society.
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Tess McGuire has been birding and making hats for the last twenty years. She became an avid kayaker when she bought a house on Clear Lake. Now that she lives near Mendocino she paddles the the local rivers and birds the coast. Perhaps some day she'll be brave enough to go out on the ocean.
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