Audubon Bird Walk

Birding at the Garden
with the Morro Coast Audubon Society members, Eric Wier and Jay Carroll
Saturday, May 13 from 9 AM-11AM


This bird walk will be approximately one mile long at a slow to moderate pace, depending on where and how often we’re seeing birds.  The terrain is gentle, over a variety of surfaces.  People of any birding skill level are welcome.  We’ll expect to see dozens of species in a variety of habitats, with likely sightings of: White-tailed Kite, Red-shouldered Hawk, California Quail, Western Scrub-jay, Western Bluebird and possible nesting Black-headed Grosebeaks and orioles.

Jay Carroll and Eric Wier of Morro Coast Audubon Society will be your leaders.

Eric has been birding since his teen years, and has enjoyed searching out birds from arctic Alaska to Costa Rica.
Jay’s interest in birds began with shorebird censuses in Elkhorn Slough in the 1970s and later expanded during trips to southeast Alaska, the Galapagos Islands, and Australia. He has lived on the Central Coast for over 35 years.

We’ll meet near the Garden entrance. If you have binoculars please bring them; if not, loaners will be available.

Walk is $5 for Garden members/$10 non-members. No reservations are needed. For more information contact

County Parks charge a $3 parking fee on weekends and holidays April – September. Carpool and SAVE!