Free tour at Lake Solano introduces visitors to spring birds

Wilson’s Warblers are a bright spring bird that visits Lake Solano Park. Photo by Hankyu Kim, Creative Commons license.

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Have you stepped outside recently to hear all of the bird songs that are filling our trees? California is a major highway for migrating birds, and we’ve got quite the assortment of spring warblers, orioles, and grosbeaks in town. Join the Lake Solano Docents this Saturday, April 28, to learn all about these visiting birds, as well as the feathered friends that stay year-round.

Volunteer docent (and Winters resident) Emmett Iverson will lead this Saturday’s bird walk, which begins at 8 .m. at the Lake Solano Nature Center. This tour will be a great opportunity to have fun, learn, and get some fresh air while enjoying the gorgeous spring weather. Loaner binoculars will be available, and this event is appropriate for all ages. This tour is free; parking at Lake Solano Park is $6, payable at the entrance kiosk on the day use side.

Prepare for the weather and variable conditions by bringing water and wearing sturdy shoes. Register and find more information at For more information, call Karin Young at Putah Creek Council, 530-795-3006.


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