Topanga State Park Bird Walk

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/02/2017
12:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Topanga Canyon

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Ken and Chris will lead participants through this beautiful and diverse coastal mountain area.  This is an ideal trip for a beginning birder or someone new to the area…

Directions: From Ventura Blvd, take Topanga Canyon Blvd 7 miles S. Turn E uphill on Entrada Rd.  Follow the signs and turn left into Trippet Ranch parking lot.  From Pacific Coast Hwy, take Topanga Canyon Blvd. 5 miles to Entrada Rd.  There is a parking fee.  Contacts: Ken: (310) 663-9411, ksafarri@gmail.com; Chris: (310) 455-1270.

Bird Walks are geared for the beginner/intermediate birders looking for an introduction to local birds and/or interested in reducing their carbon footprint by birding relatively close to home.  LAAS bird walks and field trips delve into identification, natural histories and interactions observed in the field. All are welcome on either event, but no pets or small children please. Appropriate for young bird watchers age 6 years and older.  For further information contact Eleanor Osgood at birdwalks@laaudubon.org, or call (310) 839-5420. Birdwalks DO NOT require advance sign-up, just show up at the specified meeting time and place.

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Every month, the Los Angeles Audubon hosts free guided birding walks for birders of all ages and skill levels. These bird walks are a great way to see the variety of wild birds in the LA area and meet fellow bird enthusiasts. No registration is required. Just bring your binoculars, field guide (if you have one) and optional camera (but please, no aggressive photography–we don’t want to scare the birds). The bird species count will be tallied at the end of the walk for your own personal records or for submission to eBird.

Binoculars are usually available for borrowing. Water and sunscreen are recommended.

Always check the Los Angeles Audubon Bird Walk Events page prior to confirm that event details have not changed.

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Jeffrey Mann

Author: Jeffrey Mann

A late-20s birder living in Los Angeles. Enjoys birding on the weekend, and loves checking out new areas in SoCal for opportunities to photograph wildlife. When not obsessing about birds, you can find him cross stitching or playing Nintendo games.

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