An event every month that begins at 9:00am on day Second of the month, repeating until March 10, 2018
Join us on San Fernando Valley Audubon’s renowned birds-and-nature walk for families and beginners. Stroll through the lovely Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve with a guide, enjoying its trails and wildlife lake. Many kinds of birds are found here, along with lizards, bunny rabbits, butterflies, fish and turtles. Learn about the birds and why they come here, and see them up close.
These Walks are for
• Families with school-age children
• Beginning birdwatchers, including first timers
Time and Meeting Place: The Wildlife Area entrance and amphitheater are in the southeast part of Woodley Park. Meet at the amphitheater at 9:00 AM.
Directions: Driving on Woodley Ave. north from Burbank or south from Victory Blvd., go ½ mile and turn east at the sign for the Japanese Garden. Continue straight (don’t turn into the garden) and drive past the Cricket Fields and around the tree in the middle of the road and on to the parking lot at the end of the road. Meet at amphitheater. GPS coordinates to parking: 34.179942,-118.472595.
Equipment and Clothing: Wear sturdy shoes and layered clothing. A cap or hat with a brim is suggested. We have binoculars to loan or you can use your own.
More Information: Muriel Kotin at 310.457-5796 or Diana Keeney at 818.998-3216
Reservations are not needed except for large groups. Heavy rain cancels.