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Stationary Birding & Wildlife Viewing at Moonstone Beach

When: Fri., March 25, 5:30-7 p.m. 2022
Price: Free
Join Redwood Region Audubon Society field trip leaders Janelle Chojnaki and Andrew Orahoske and start your weekend off right at the beach for a stationary birding adventure that may also include migrating Gray Whales and sunset. Picnic blankets and camping chairs are encouraged, as are binoculars and spotting scopes. Little River empties into the ocean at this popular beach, which often brings several species of gull and shorebirds like whimbrel, godwits, sandpipers, and the occasional curlew. Oystercatchers, Surf Scoters and other seabirds should be present on the near shore environment. We'll be set up close to parking. Contact Janelle



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