Guided walk at Lake Solano Park introduces visitors to spring birds

A common but beautiful warbler, singing his heart out.

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Spring Birds of Lake Solano,” at Lake Solano Park on Sunday, April 14, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Meet at the Lake Solano Nature Center to begin your stroll along the trails of Lake Solano Park. John Mott-Smith and Cathi Christo will be your guides for this morning birdwatching outing. This is a good opportunity to learn to identify local birds, so you don’t have to be a birder to join them! Spring is here and the birds are singing. Join docents to see year-round residents such as egrets, Black Phoebes, and Red-tailed Hawks as well as spring visitors such as Yellow Warblers, Townsend’s Warblers, and Cliff Swallows. These activities are appropriate for all ages, and families and groups are welcome. A limited number of loaner binoculars will be available. Please prepare for the weather and variable conditions by bringing water, wearing sturdy shoes, and dressing in layers. The tour will be rescheduled in the event of heavy rain. A camera and binoculars are recommended. Continue to enjoy the beautiful scenery by picnicking or renting a campsite for the weekend on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance registration is recommended but not required. The day’s activities are free, and parking is $6 per vehicle payable at the east entrance to the Park, on the day use side (cash or check, exact change only). For questions, call Karin Young at Putah Creek Council, 530-795-3006. For more information about Solano County Parks and the fun, educational opportunities they offer, go to]]>

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