Event: Junior Audubon Walk at Westwood Hills Park

Date: Wednesday April 04, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM

Junior Audubon Bird Walks are on select Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. They are free and open to the public. Join us as we explore local trails, learn about birds and wildlife, and just enjoy the beauty of the Napa Valley. Parents and younger siblings are encouraged to attend. The goal of the Junior Audubon program is to attract school aged birders, but all ages are welcome. Our walks are family-friendly. We walk at a moderate pace, stopping frequently to enjoy watching and listening to the birds. (NSAS Event)

Details:

Westwood Hills is a delightful 106-acre park, dense with Oaks and Eucalyptus trees and is a haven for Bewick’s Wrens, and Spotted Towhees.

Meet at the parking lot, and we will explore Westwood Hills. We will go over the basics of using binoculars, field guides, and birding apps.

Directions: From the 29 North, exit First St., make a left and drive West for .8 miles. The parking lot is on the left.

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