Sepulveda Basin Family & Beginner Bird Walks! 9AM

Posted on 01/07/2024

FREE Guided Tours of the
Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve

San Fernando Valley Audubon invites you to guided tours of the reserve on Second Saturdays. The walks will include the many birds, other wildlife, habitat, and recovery from the devastating fire of September 2020. The
emphasis of each tour will vary with participants’ interests.
Second Saturdays, 9:00 A.M. October 2023 – March 2024 beginning 10/8/2023:
Tours of this special place will begin at 9:00 A.M. and last 1.5 – 2 hours, depending on the group’s wishes.
These Walks are for:
People who want to visit the Wildlife Reserve
Families with school-age children
 Beginning birdwatchers, including first timers
Time and Meeting Place: The Wildlife Area entrance and
amphitheater are in the southeast part of Woodley Park. Meet at the
small amphitheater on the south side of the rock-faced buildings at 9:00 A.M.
Directions: Click here for Google map.
Driving on Woodley Ave. north from Burbank or south from Victory Blvd., go ½ mile and turn east at the sign for the Japanese Garden. Continue straight (don’t turn into the garden) and drive past the Cricket Fields and around the tree in the middle of the road, on to the parking lot at the end of the road. Meet at the amphitheater. GPS
coordinates of parking lot: 34.179942,-118.472595.
Equipment and Clothing: Wear sturdy shoes, layered clothing, and a cap or hat
with a brim. Water and Sunscreen suggested. Binoculars are available to borrow.
Please leave your pets home.
More Information: Muriel Kotin at 213.500-4143 or San Fernando Valley
Audubon at 747.237-3720. Website 
See link for printable flyer.

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