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Ken Caryl Valley Area
6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
David Suddjian email@example.com or 831-713-8659
Trip Difficulty: Strenuous
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 will be a birding hike of about 6 miles exploring the breeding birds of the upper reaches of private Ken Caryl Ranch. We hope for a great sample of the foothills breeding birds, including Ovenbird in quiet natural settings away from roads. Dusky Grouse is possible. We will visit Douglas-fir and aspen forest, oak scrub and grassland. Be prepared to hike up to 6 miles on well maintained trails in amazing terrain with fantastic views, and a 1,300' elevation gradient. One trail has a short section of hand-climbing down a 15' rock face. We will focus on learning bird song. The pace will be a birding pace. This is a great opportunity to access this private open space. Formal restroom opportunity only at meeting place. Bring daypack with lunch, snacks and liquids.
1 person has registered for this trip. There are 7 spaces left.
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