Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society
|Last updated December 3, 2014
Serving the Palos Verdes Peninsula and
the Greater South Bay Area
Audubon leaders Martin Byhower and Stephanie Bryan will lead this walk through the garden, located in Palos Verdes.
See Martin's recent article on birdwalks in the Garden. There is a minimal charge for nonmembers of the SCBG
Foundation; you may join at the entrance. The garden is located at 26300 Crenshaw Blvd, Palos Verdes. Click the link
above for directions.
|South Coast Botanic Garden Birdwalk, Select Sundays and Wednesdays (see dates below);
Leaders: Martin Byhower; Stephanie Bryan
December 14, 18; January 11, 21 Time: 8 A.M. - 12 Noon South Coast Botanic Garden
All Second Sunday birdwalks at Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park are
canceled indefinitely due to construction at the Park.
All Third Wednesday birdwalks at South Coast Botanic Garden are
canceled until further notice.
Visit the best birding areas in the South Bay with Dave Moody and Friends. Meet at Madrona Marsh Nature Center
parking lot. Click the link above for directions.
|"Tour de Torrance," Tuesdays; Leader: Dave Moody; on the following
December 2, 16, 30; January 6, 20 Time: 8:30 A.M. Madrona Marsh Nature Center
Madrona Marsh is the last vernal marsh in the LA Basin. It is home to a number of rare habitats that attract many
hard-to-find species of plants, birds and other animals. These free walks are held on the second Wednesday of each
month, beginning at 8 A.M. from the gate on Plaza del Amo, just west of Madrona Ave. Click the link above for directions.
If you find a sick, injured, or orphaned bird (or other mammal) the South Bay Wildlife
Rehab organization can help. Visit their website or call (310) 378-9921 for assistance.
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|IMPORTANT! PV/SB Audubon field trips are generally free, but donations of any amount
are much appreciated and will help support programs of the PV/SB Audubon chapter.
Please join the PV/SB Audubon Society for an interesting presentation on the Birds of Costa Rica given by Bob Carr,
and Ann and Eric Brooks. Ann and Eric Brooks will be sharing their traveling and birding experiences in Costa Rica in
2009, and Bob Carr will do the same for his trip last spring. Costa Rica is home to many varied habitats and as a result
has an incredible diversity of species of birds and other creatures. Although smaller than the state of West Virginia,
Costa Rica has 857 recorded species of birds- more than the US and Canada combined!
Click here for the full program description. Everyone welcome! Come and enjoy the program, have some light
refreshments, socialize with friends, and fill out a ticket for the door prize drawing. Prizes are donated by Wild Birds
Unlimited. The Madrona Marsh Nature Center is located at 3201 Plaza del Amo, Torrance, CA 90503.
|PV/SB Audubon 3rd Tuesday Get-Together
7 P.M. Tuesday, December 16, 2014
|“Birds of Costa Rica”
Presented by Bob Carr, Ann and Eric Brooks
|Announcing PVPLC’s Cactus Wren Citizen Science Monitoring
|Training begins in February!
You are invited to join our new Citizen Science Program for monitoring the charismatic
cactus wrens in our preserves. This will be an annual program to track the birds, their nests,
and their success in rearing babies. Training will take place in February. The monitoring will
begin in March and last through August. Volunteers are asked to perform a minimum of four
hours of monitoring monthly.
Training will be conducted on the following dates, starting at 9:00 and ending at noon:
Saturday, February 7
Saturday, February 14
Saturday, March 7
If you would like to join this program, please respond to Ann Dalkey, Stewardship Associate in Research, Palos Verdes
Peninsula Land Conservancy.
310-541-7613 x208 (Office days Tues-Thurs) or email@example.com