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Ken Caryl Valley Area
(Developing Birder Trip)
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
David Suddjian firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-713-8659
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Meet at the northern (main) parking lot for South Valley Park along South Valley Road just east of Valley Parkway. We will carpool to another site from there.
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This trip is limited to the first 8 registrations.
This is an evening outing to my Ken Caryl yard to observe Hummingbirds at my feeders. We will enjoy hummer electricity as they skirmish and feed, and learn about identification points as we have chances to study some of them well. We will see numerous Broad-tailed Hummers, several Rufous, and maybe a Calliope or Black-chinned. We will study individual hummers as we have good opportunities and I will walk us through the identification points, including females and young males. Check out Bird Bombs Summer Hummers to prepare for our focused look. https://archive.org/embed/dfobird-bombs-2022-07&autoplay=1 Some other birds will visit the feeders, too. Register online or contact the leader.
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