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NATURE WALK: Middle Harbor Shorebird Walk
Sunday, March 5, 2017, 9:30 AM until 11:30 AM
Middle Harbor Shoreline Park
2777 Middle Harbor Rd.
Registrants & Fees
Middle Harbor Shorebird Walk
This shoreline park is home to a rich variety of resident and wintering migrant bird life. Eric Schroeder will be our guide to help us identify and learn about them. The shoreline path is flat and our distance can be from 1 to 3 mi. The park also has a rich history which we can explore (on the longer walk option) after the bird walk.
WHEN: Sunday, March 5, 2017 from 9:30-11:30 am
WHERE: The main park entrance is at 2777 Middle Harbor Rd, just past where 7th street runs into Middle Harbot Rd. As you enter, facing a flagpole, turn into the parking lot on the left and walk to the small building (with restrooms and water fountain. We’ll meet outside that building
Write back to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a ride and describe where you are coming from.
Event contact person
Celeste Burrows email@example.com or 510-601-1211 and Eric Schroeder firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get there: Directions: Take I-80 west to I-880 south towards Alameda/Airport/San Jose. Exit at 7th Street/West Grand Ave. Continue straight, through the light and along the frontage road to the light at 7th Street. Turn right onto 7th Street, heading west, past Maritime Street. Continue straight on 7th Street to the stoplight at Middle Harbor Road. Proceed through the intersection (onto Middle Harbor Rd) and take the first right into the MHSP parking lot. We will meet outside the small building that is near the parking lot on the left
Bring warm layered clothing including wind protection in case it is windy along the shore. Bring binoculars if you have them, and snacks. If the weather is good and there is interest we can have lunch at the park after the walk.