This Tuesday, 2/2, join San Joaquin Audubon for our next DIY (do it yourself) field trip.
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 Schneider <susanschneider7@...>
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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.
Susan M. Schneider, PhD
Climate activist, behavioral psychologist, and award-winning author of The Science of Consequences
“The impact of human-induced warming is worse than previously feared, and only drastic coordinated action will keep the damage short of catastrophe.”
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, October 2018 report (authored by 91 scientists from 40 countries, based on over 6,000 scientific references)
It's not too late.