Eaton Canyon Bird Walk

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/19/2017
8:00 am - 11:00 am

Location
Eaton Canyon Nature Center

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Pasadena Audubon and Eaton Canyon Nature Center are cosponsoring monthly
walks at Eaton Canyon. The walks are led by Hill Penfold who has been leading
them at ECNC for many years. Hill is wonderful with birders of all levels
and Eaton Canyon is one of the best locations to learn the birds of the
Pasadena area.

The walks are held on the third Sunday of each month. Meet at the
flagpole near the nature cent. Bring water, binoculars, hats, but no dogs.

Every month, the Pasadena 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 Pasadena 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 Pasadena 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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