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Women and Girls Birdwatching

When: Sun., Aug. 7, 9-11 a.m. 2022
Price: Free
Join RRAS for a Women and Girls Birdwatching Trip on August 7, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Trip leader, Lila Bowen, is a CalPoly Humboldt Wildlife grad student who studies Western Gull nesting colonies and behaviors on Humboldt’s nearshore rocks. Meet at Houda Point near Westhaven-Moonstone for roadside viewing of Camel Rock. After a possible trip down to the beach, we will then walk or drive north to Luffenholtz and look at Tepona Point. Trip-goers will likely see gull, cormorant, murre, and other seabird species. This trip offers a great opportunity to observe some of Humboldt’s incredible seabird nesting colonies.



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