Winter is here, and with it come all kinds of migratory birds passing through the Bay Area. It’s a great time to see some avian visitors, but also to observe our year-round residents. Sue and Bob Cossins of the local Sequoia Audubon Society will introduce us to a variety of feathered locals with their presentation, “The Birds of San Mateo County.”
The slideshow and talk will be presented at two libraries, and each will be followed by a field trip (weather permitting). Whether you are an experienced birder or just want to see what a Marbled Godwit looks like, join us for one of these special presentations. If you have a scope or pair of binoculars, bring them along.
For more information, contact Chris Gray.
The Sequoia Audubon Society holds monthly meetings on the second Thursday of the month, with featured presentations. They also organize a variety of field trips, each one an exploration of our diverse local wildlife.
Just yesterday, Chris Gray observed several hummingbirds, a Western scrub jay, and a few mockingbirds in his backyard.