Saturday, November 23, 2019
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Pearson-Arastradero Preserve, Arastradero Road, Palo Alto, CA, USA
This Palo Alto city park offers a variety of habitats including grassland, weedy fields, oak woodland, semi-riparian mixed woods, and a small lake. We’ll spend the morning by walking along the Arastradero Creek Trail while we are on the lookout for Cooper’s and Red-shouldered Hawks, California Thrashers, and other oak woodland birds. We’ll also scan the small lake for Green Herons and more. 2-3 miles, moderately strenuous.
Meet: near restrooms
Kirsten Holmquist, (408) 747-0988
Google Plus Code: “9RPG+RF Palo Alto, California” (paste code, city, and state into Google maps)
Directions: From I-280 take the Page Mill Rd exit. Go west for 0.5 miles and follow signs for Arastradero Rd. Turn right onto Arastradero Rd. The parking lot is on the right in 0.3 miles.
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