October through March
Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve (FREE)
The San Fernando Valley Audubon Society will lead FREE bird walks for families and beginners on the second Saturday of the month, October 2011—March 2012.(Saturdays: Oct. 8, Nov. 12, Dec. 10, Jan. 14, Feb. 11, and Mar. 10.)
Stroll through the lovely Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, enjoying its trails and lake. Many birds come here in winter. Learn about the birds and why they come here.
These Walks are for
- People trying their first bird walk
- Beginning birdwatchers
- Families with school-age children.
Time and Meeting Place: The Wildlife Area entrance and amphitheater are in the southeast part of Woodley Park. Meet at the amphitheater at 9:00 a.m.
Directions: Turn north from Burbank Blvd. onto Woodley Ave., which is ½ mile west of the San Diego Freeway (I-405). Travel about ½ mile to the second possible right turn and turn east (right) at the sign for the Wildlife Reserve. Bear right at the fork in the road and go east ½ mile to the Wildlife Area parking. Walk south past the monumental rocks and restroom building to the amphitheater.
Equipment and Clothing: Wear sturdy shoes and layered clothing. A cap or hat with a brim is suggested. We have binoculars to loan or you can use your own.
More Information: Muriel Kotin at 310.457.5796 or Linda Jones at 818.831.6061. Reservations are not needed except for large groups. Rain cancels. Please visit our website www.sfvaudubon.org.