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PB&J Birders – Family Bird Walk
Sunday December 8 in Berkeley
Join us on Sunday December 8th from 10 a..m. until noon for our fourth PB&J Birders walk for kids and families — this time in Berkeley!
Our fun, friendly nature education staff will lead us in scouting for wintering waterfowl and shorebirds along the Berkeley waterfront. We’ll start at Aquatic Park and then cross the bike bridge to look for shorebirds.
Meet: At 10 a.m. in front of the playground at the south end of Bolivar Drive, near Bancroft. Parking is available along Bolivar or in the small parking lot next to the playground. The area is easily accessible by bicycle.
Bring: Snacks, water, layers of clothes,a lunch for afterward and binoculars if you have them. We will also have quality binoculars and field guides available. Restrooms and water faucets available on site.
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Our fun, friendly nature education staff will lead us in scouting for wintering …Read More »
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