Re: This Tuesday, 2/2, join San Joaquin Audubon for our next DIY (do it yourself) field trip.

Susan Schneider <susanschneider7@...>

And a follow-up note of caution:  After a rain, the unpaved portion of Waverly can become impassable for normal passenger vehicles.  I ventured out yesterday, and wimped out at attempting it - very wet and potholed.  On the other hand, I would guess that better-equipped vehicles could manage without much difficulty.  And of course, the paved roads are no problem.

Good birding,

On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 1:37 PM England via <> wrote:

When:  Tuesday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m.

Plan:    Discuss this month’s trip:  Flood & Waverly Road


Join Zoom Meeting


We hope to see you there.


Here’s how it works:

• SESSION I (Virtual) (Tuesday, 2/2 @ 7:00 pm) A Zoom meeting with the field trip leader.

• SESSION 1+ is the DIY part: before the next Zoom meeting, you visit the birding location, where you’ll look for the listed birds and other wildlife. Take binoculars and a bird field guide if you have them and keep a list of your observations. Please follow all COVID-19 precautions when you are in the field: wearing masks, observing social distancing and hand washing.

• SESSION 2 (Virtual) Usually the third week after the first meeting, participants join again on Zoom, sharing what they found, and there will be an introduction to the next DIY field trip location.

Alan England, Stockton

Susan M. Schneider, PhD
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