A Beaver and a Loon at Lake Solano Park, 03-16-19

The weather at Lake Solano Park was perfect for walking with my naturalist students; about 49° when we first got there, and then up to about 68° by the time we left. It was sunny, clear and bright outside. My coworker Bill and I took turns pointing things out to everyone, and one of the […]

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Naturalists at the Conaway Ranch, 03-10-19

I headed out to Woodland around 8:30 am to help my co-worker Bill with his recon outing at Conaway Ranch.  He has about twenty outings slated for that venue over the next months or two; he takes school children out there to tell them about food chains, rice growing and harvesting, wildlife, etc. There’s a […]

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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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