Re: Kennedy Grove Regional Rec Area--Overlooked Park?
Thanks for bringing this place to light, Judith,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
This park is severely under-covered, but in my just two visits in the past couple years has proved very lucrative.
The park has a large diversity of trees, with large flowering bluegum eucs, old live oaks, a smattering of willow riparian, and a few patches of chaparral. It has had several good birds in the past, most notably a wintering Tennessee Warbler back in the '80s. The place has awesome potential, mostly in migration but also winter, if anyone is looking for a Berkeley Hills patch....
On 4/21/19 6:22 PM, judith_dnhm wrote:
After my friend Pam Peck and I hiked Kennedy Grove in El Sobrante this morning, I was surprised to see that the park has only 45 checklists on eBird covering all years. Then I had to kick myself: this morning's hike was my first visit ever to the park.