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Women's and Girls' Birding Walks

Sunday, February 12, 9:00 am to noon

Join Susan Penn and Susan O'Connor on a birding adventure to explore a tiny portion of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, then take a drive along a back road toward Loleta. We will meet at the Hookton Slough Unit at 9:00 am, looking for grebes, ducks, pelicans, shore birds. We may see meadow larks, swans and surf scoters, too! From there we will drive toward Loleta, making a couple of stops to watch for raptors, and checking ponds for freshwater-loving birds. We will circle back and end our adventure at the Hookton Slough Refuge.

Driving directions to the Hookton Slough Unit:

Take exit 696 off Highway 101.

Northbound, turn left and go west over the overpass and take a right on Hookton Road. Follow the road about 1.2 miles and you will see the signed turn off to the parking lot on your right.

Southbound, go straight ahead from the off ramp stop sign. Follow Hookton Road west about 1.2 miles, and take the signed turn off down to the parking lot.

Contact Susan Penn with questions,


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