Christmas Bird Count - December 18
Join the Alameda Creek Alliance and Ohlone Audubon Society for the 7th
annual Eastern Alameda
Christmas Bird Count, to be held on Friday, December 18, 2015.
The bird count is a volunteer-based bird survey effort to assess long-term trends in winter bird populations and promote bird conservation in the Alameda Creek watershed. The Eastern Alameda County count circle is in the vicinity of the towns of Sunol, Pleasanton and Livermore, and includes five East Bay Regional Parks, significant SFPUC watershed lands, and East Bay birding hotspots such as lower Mines Road, Sunol Wilderness, Calaveras Reservoir and Sycamore Grove Park. Birders and volunteers with any level of experience can participate in the Christmas Bird Count. The post-count dinner will be held at Callippe Preserve in Pleasanton. A $5-10 sliding scale donation gets you an amazing dinner. More information on the count here.
To sign up or for more information, please contact Rich Cimino at rscimino AT gmail DOT com or (925) 353-0266.