Come see amazing eagles, hawks and other birds of prey on conserved lands!


 

workshop & hike at Rush Ranch (click link for details & to register):

Sat. Mar. 18 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Rush Ranch

 
 

About the hikes & workshop:

Lynch Canyon is home to golden eagles and hawks, and it’s a magnet for migrating and over-wintering birds of prey. It provides these raptors with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Rush Ranch provides over 2,000 undeveloped acres, including tidal marsh. Rockville Trails Preserve is our newest property that gives these birds another 1,500 acres of natural land that is protected forever. Some feathered visitors come to our lands from as far away as the Arctic Circle! Learn more on birds of prey workshops and hikes, led by Larry Broderick and team. Broderick is a gifted and entertaining teacher who brings over 25 years of experience researching, rescuing and rehabilitating raptors. Learn about these majestic birds, including where they go, what they do, and how to distinguish different species based on their looks, behaviors, and the ways they fly. Birds of prey we've seen on past hikes include Golden and Bald Eagles, Rough-legged, Cooper's, Sharp-shinned and Ferruginous Hawks, Peregrine and Prairie Falcons, and other more common raptor species.
Workshops and hikes cost $10 per person (payable when registering). At Lynch Canyon, parking is $6 per vehicle (payable at the park). Parking at Rush Ranch and Rockville Trails Preserve is free.
Space is limited, and pre-registration is preferred.

 

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Solano Land Trust runs conservation programs year-round, manages miles of trails, and assists landowners to voluntarily conserve their land.


For additional information call 707-432-0150.