Sun, May 6, 2018, 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Join the fun of this annual trek to the Double-crested Cormorant nesting site on the banks of the Laguna. By May 6 we will likely see everything from courtship displays, nest building, egg-sitting, and maybe even peek-in on chicks while watching parents hustle to keep up with hungry mouths to feed. All the sights and sounds of the rookery are exciting! Other possible sightings along the way may include American White Pelicans, Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, and many other birds of prey, waterfowl, and forest-loving birds, as well as the occasional coyote, fox, or even mink!
This natural history outing includes a 3-mile walk over mostly flat, uneven terrain to an area that is closed to the general public. We are NOT meeting at the Laguna Environmental Center for this event. Full details, including where to meet, are emailed upon registration. Bring friends and family out for a joyful morning experience. Benefiting the Learning Laguna bus scholarship program, this event is always a sell-out, so register early!
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road