Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area is loaded with many species
Join us Saturday, March 1, at 7:30 a.m. for a birdwatching tour of the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, a popular winter home for dozens of species of migratory birds as well as a year-round home for many more local species.
The tour will be led by experienced birder and Harvard alum Bradley Cutler. Bring your binoculars and cameras.To get to the wildlife area from Interstate 80 West, take the Mace Boulevard exit in Davis. Turn left at offramp light. Turn left at the next light at the Mace Boulevard and Chiles Road intersection. Once on Chiles Road east of the Mace intersection, go about 1.5 miles east to the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area headquarters at 45211 County Road 32B (Chiles Road).
For a map of the Yolo Bypass Wildlife, see http://www.yolobasin.org/ybwa_map.htm.
If you want to attend the event, please contact Steve Davis at email@example.com.