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Your local Audubon chapter offers public programs and field trips. Come join us! We promote the understanding, conservation, and enjoyment of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats through observation, outreach, science, and education. For more information, please see www.sanjoaquinaudubon.org.

Upcoming events (5)

Beginning Birding Walk at the Lodi Lake Nature Area

Lodi Lake Nature Preserve

First Saturday of each month at 8 AM (barring special events), led by experienced birders from San Joaquin Audubon. Free and open to the public. Meet at the north end of Laurel Ave, where you can park. We enjoy nature while typically identifying 35-60 species of birds, plus butterflies, wildflowers, etc. Children accompanying adults are welcome. The focus is on birding fundamentals, and extra binoculars and field guides are always available. For full information including schedule, see www.sanjoaquinaudubon.org. The walk typically takes about 3 hours (but feel free to leave early).

Birding the Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery park

Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery

Beginning Birding Walk at the Lodi Lake Nature Area

Lodi Lake Nature Preserve

First Saturday of each month at 8 AM (barring special events), led by experienced birders from San Joaquin Audubon. Free and open to the public. Meet at the north end of Laurel Ave, where you can park. We enjoy nature while typically identifying 35-60 species of birds, plus butterflies, wildflowers, etc. Children accompanying adults are welcome. The focus is on birding fundamentals, and extra binoculars and field guides are always available. For full information including schedule, see www.sanjoaquinaudubon.org. The walk typically takes about 3 hours (but feel free to leave early).

Birding the Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery park

Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery

Past events (122)

March 10 Audubon Program: Black Widow Spider Silk, by Dr. Craig Vierra

Fireside Room, Central United Methodist Church

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