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Meet Your Trip Leader
Bear Creek Greenbelt
(Developing Birder Trip)
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Anne Craig firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-629-4248
David Suddjian email@example.com or 831-713-8659
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Meet at the Old Stone House in Bear Creek Greenbelt Park. 2900 S. Estes St. From Yale turn south onto Estes.
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This trip is limited to the first 10 registrations.
Habitats to bird: Developed, Grassland, Riparian, Wetland
Let's explore the Bear Creek Greenbelt and look for water birds and land birds that live along the riparian corridor and in nearby habitats. We might find American Dipper, Great Horned Owl, Hooded Merganser, and Belted Kingfisher, as well as other ducks, woodpeckers and hawks. If you are less familiar with the Greenbelt this will be a great introduction. The "Developing Birder" designation indicates newer birders are very welcome and questions are encouraged. Plan for about 3 miles of walking, some on single track trails. There may be muddy or icy spots. There is porta-potty restroom at the meeting place.
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