Deer Jousting and Turkeys Mating Today, 03-12-19

I went out to the Effie Yeaw Nature Preserve and got there around 8:00 am. I was joined there by fellow volunteer trail-walker, Mary M. (The-Other-Mary), and we walked for a little over 3 hours. It was a very interesting walk! Very early into the walk, we came across a Red-Shouldered Hawk who then joined […]

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The Springtime Birds are Moving In, 03-07-19

I headed out to the American River Bend Park around 7:00 am.  It was mostly cloudy when I got there, around 49°, but the rain moved in while I was walking.  Not a lot of rain, but enough so that I needed my umbrella. The first things I saw were a handful of deer, does, […]

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Fungus Walk with a CalNat Student, 02-24-19

Date: Sunday, February 24, 2019 Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm PST Location: American River Bend Park, 2300 Rod Beaudry Dr, Sacramento, CA 95827 Habitat: Oak Woodland, Riparian, along the American River Weather: 43° to 53°, overcast but not raining Narrative: I’d scheduled a fungus walk at the American River Bend Park for my naturalist students […]

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Guh! I Broke My Camera!! ( — and a Bit of Myself)

I got to the office around 7:00 am, printed up a grant request letter and got it ready for mailing, and then I headed out for Lake Solano Park. to do a preliminary walk of the trails before our naturalist field trip on March 3rd.  The park is in Winters, about 35-45 minutes from the […]

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