This class focuses on the phenomenon of bird courtship, mating, nest building, and raising young.
Our breeding passerines will have arrived from the south, and will be setting up their nest homes. The few resident shorebirds we have will also be nesting along the bayfront, while terns and Western Gulls will be feeding their young. It's a great time to study bird behavior!
The class will be held at the Albany Community Center, a new venue for us. There is parking behind the Library / Community Center, and on adjacent side streets. The classroom is downstairs. Registration is through GGAS.
Instructor: Eddie Bartley & Bob Lewis
Provider: Golden Gate Audubon
Meets: Downstairs, Albany Community Center.
Dates: 4 Wednesdays, 7:15 - 8:45 PM, May 2 - 23
In the event of heavy rain, we may cancel a scheduled field trip. If have you provided your email address, check for notification if the weather is threatening. If necessary you may also call the instructor on the morning of the trip (phone number given in class).
|May 5, 6 9 AM||Hayward Shoreline visitor's Center|
|May 12, 13 9 AM||Sibley Regional Park|
|May 19, 20 9 AM||Coyote Hills Regional Park|
|May 26, 27 9 AM||Lake Merced - Sunset Circle|
Field trip Directions
See itinerary to the right, below, for links to each destination