Saturday, January 11 at 9:00am
National Wildlife Refuges are great places to go birding and fall through spring is prime time to experience the diversity of avian wildlife at the San Luis NWR. Join a refuge staff member on a birding tour and walk along the Sousa Marsh Trail at the San Luis NWR on Saturday, January 11th, at 9 a.m. Participants will meet at the Visitor Center on Wolfsen Road and will carpool from there along the Waterfowl Auto Tour Route, to the trailhead at Sousa Marsh. The trail is an approximate one-mile loop through a riparian woodland to Sousa Marsh. Expect to see numerous duck species, geese, Sandhill cranes, raptors, songbirds—and there is always the possibility of a surprise. This event will last approximately two to three hours.
The San Luis NWR is located at 7376 S. Wolfsen Road north of Los Banos on Hwy 165. Sign-ups are not required. Contact the visitor center at 209/826-3508 for more information or directions to the San Luis NWR.