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Notes & Observations
5/21/22 – I was treated with a sighting of the Barred Owl on my first time leading a bird walk at Pearsall Park for the Bexar Audubon Society. It flew down from the canopy and landed on a branch to watch us curiously. We found it near the same spot I saw this owl previously, so I have a feeling it may be the same one. The featured photo above is a snapshot of it.
(None yet) 🙁
Leading a bird walk at Pearsall Park with Bexar Audubon Society
This morning I led a bird walk at Pearsall Park for Bexar Audubon Society. I’ve been looking forward to this bird walk for months and was excited to share the park with a bunch of new people. I was hopeful for good birds today to excite the first-time visitors but you never know what you’ll see.
Los Angeles Bird Fest 2015 Attracts Bird Lovers from All Over
This past Saturday, I had the opportunity to attend the second annual Los Angeles Bird Fest. The free event was put on by the Western National Parks Association with participation by the National Audubon Society, International Bird Rescue, Heal the Bay, California Wildlife Center, and other vendors and organizations. The event kicked off at 9AM with bird walks being led by San Fernando Valley Audubon volunteers. The first bird walk of the morning was led in two different groups that explored around the nearby King Gillette Ranch.