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Wildlife Auto Tours

In the U.S. we have wildlife auto tours all over the country. They are useful for close-up viewing and photographing of wild birds and mammals, especially in inclement weather. 505 more words


The Adventure Continues... Snow Goose Festival

Here is an event, held in late January, I’d love to experience for myself some day.  I’m lucky to live along the Pacific flyway, a major migration route for all sorts of bird species, and although we do get our fair share of many types of waterfowl at Lake Natoma, it’s nothing compared to the birds to be seen in places like the San Francisco Bay, Suisun Marsh, and many others in the region. 132 more words


Reviving Your Wetlands Restoration Begins

Your Firsthand View of What You Are Seeing Now and in the Next Three Weeks

The San Elijo Lagoon Reviving Your Wetlands project is here. 357 more words

Lagoon Restoration

Wordless Wednesday 49/52 Sandhill Cranes: Adults and Juvenile

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Nikon D810| Nikkor 200-500mm @500mm| Hoodman Digital Film| PS CC 2018

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We Broke Ground on Lagoon Restoration—And You’re Invited

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy Invites Conservancy and Community Supporters to Learn More about the San Elijo Lagoon Restoration Project at Reviving Your Wetlands Open House December 11… 489 more words

Lagoon Restoration

Birds Need Mudflats — We’re Here to Help

Reviving Your Wetlands Will Bring Back Mudflats

Reviving Your Wetlands—the San Elijo Lagoon Restoration Project—is about to begin. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy is guiding the restoration of the lagoon, estimated to conclude in 2020. 333 more words

Lagoon Restoration

01 November 2017 - PNW Migration Update

The Pacific Flyway continues to have very light migration, it is just a trickle down the Central Flyway, the Mississippi Flyway had some serious weather, but the Atlantic Flyway is still rocking. 35 more words

Pacific Flyway