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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.

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Beginning Birding Walk at the Lodi Lake Nature Area

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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).

Monthly Bird Walk at Lodi Lake--Beginners Welcome!!

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We'll be back at our usual location, Lodi Lake, for our April birding outing. Leader Pat Paternostro will lead us from the Laurel Avenue oaks through the Nature Area, looking for both winter residents and spring migrants. All levels of birders are welcome, but we particularly encourage newbies who are interested in learning more about birds and birding. Everyone has to start somewhere! Bring your own optics if you have them, but Pat will have a few extra loaners available. We meet at 8:00 am, the first Saturday of the month along Laurel Ave, which forms the SE border of Lodi Lake Park.

Spring is a great time of the year to get out into nature!

Birding the Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery park

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Beginning Birding Walk at the Lodi Lake Nature Area

Needs a location

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).

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