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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

What is the Master thinking

Hahamonga Monthly Walk

Saturday, May 6, 2017

7:30 am - 11:30 am 

This monthly bird walk is for birders of all ages and experience. A good variety of birds should be in residence. Bring binoculars, birding guide, water and wear walking shoes. No dogs.
Exit the north 210 at Berkshire and make a right, then a left at Oak Grove.
The Hahamongna Watershed Park entrance is on the right at the next stop light.
Take the first left after entering Hahagmongna, and park by the ballfield.
Leader: Darren Dowell

Piute Ponds and Vicinity

Saturday May 6, 2017

6:30am - early afternoon
In spring, Piute Ponds and nearby desert oases are full of northbound shorebirds, warblers, and flycatchers. We will start at Piute Ponds, where we will look for migrants as well as desert specialties such as LeConte's Thrasher. Piute Ponds sometimes hosts birds that are very hard to find elsewhere in the county, such as Bank Swallow, Black Tern, and Franklin's Gull. After Piute Ponds we will visit Apollo Park and, time permitting, the (in)famous Lancaster Sewage Ponds.
Note: Piute Ponds are located on Edwards Air Force Base, which has restricted entry. Space is limited, and Edwards needs advance notice of participants, so it helps to sign up early. Please email Mark Scheel if you would like to attend. We will be meeting in the northern Antelope Valley at 6:30am; the meeting place will be arranged.
Mark and Janet Scheel, Darren Dowell

Master, what are you thinking haha. You can't appear at Hahamomgna and at Piute at the same time??! :p

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