Golden Gate Audubon Society Presents: Freeway Birding
Golden Gate Audubon presents Harry Fuller.
Harry Fuller will visit some of the best birding spots within 20 minutes’ drive of I-5 and feeder routes between San Francisco and Oakland on the south and Seattle on the north. This drive of 800-plus miles passes numerous wildlife refuges, state and local parks, a wilderness area, a national monument, and several national forests. It also provides access to a great range of woodpeckers from Lewis’s to White-headed, a mix of habitats from savanna to rain forest, and elevations from sea level to more than 10,000 feet.
A longtime member of Golden Gate Audubon Society, Harry Fuller has led numerous field trips in the Bay Area. Now living in Ashland, Oregon, he leads trips for Point Blue Bird Observatory and Partnership for International Birding, as well as GGAS, and serves as private guide for birders along the Pacific Slope. He is the author of Freeway Birding (http://freewaybirding.com/).
7pm refreshments, 7:30pm program.
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