BLUEBIRD NESTS! Nature’s Miniature Masterpieces
We have been offered a GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THIS FIELD TRIP. We have permission to bird Wildcat Ranch for the first time in years. Linda has maintained this Bluebird trail for over 25 years, and will share her knowledge and enthusiasm with us.
She will also teach you how to make your own Blue Bird nest box.
We will car pool, driving the “trail”, and bird the different habitats on the ranch, which Linda says, is the best nature preserve in the valley. We will try and touch on as many different habitats as we can.
We will meet at 7 A.M. at the entrance to Wildcat Ranch for those that live up valley, and the down valley folks can meet at the bottom of Crystal Springs road, (the road Linda lives on), and then we’ll car pool into the ranch. Pack a lunch, snacks, water, and clothing for changing weather conditions. If you do not have binoculars let Linda know and she will try to borrow some for you. We must have reservations by June 13th, from anyone that would like to join us for this special day. If you have any other questions please call or e-mail me. Linda Vidal 704-9950 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
A special Thank You to the Board of Directors of Wildcat Ranch for allowing us access for this very special experience. Please feel free to have your children join us for the lessons about the next boxes.