(3) Mokelumne River Rendezvous – November 6, 2021

Join Mokelumne River bird experts, Liz West and Joanne Katanic, on a short hike along the River as it spills from Camanche Dam. Look for bluebirds, Black-crowned Night herons, several woodpecker species, mergansers, Osprey, and raptors flying above migrating salmon.

Adult: $22.00
Youth: $12.00
Child: $7.00

Tickets available for purchase September 5, 2021

LAST DAY to purchase tickets is November 3, 2021

Meet your guides in the parking lot at the Mokelumne River Day Use Areaa t 7:30 a.m. Watch for the entrance hut on your left.


Cancellation Policy: Full refunds (minus a $10 processing fee) are available if a participant cancels more than 2 weeks before the event. No refunds will be available within two weeks of the event or during the festival. A full refund is automatically issued for any events cancelled by event organizers.

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Liz West
Liz is an active birder with many experiences in the area. She has lead numerous tours for the Lodi Sandhill Crane Association.
Joanne Katanic
Joanne is an experienced birder and has lead many tours along the Mokelumne River.

We arrive at the Mokelumne River Day Use Area and the tour begins.

We depart Mokelumne River Day Use Area.

It is best to dress in layers.  The river can be very cool in the morning and evening, but quite warm in the afternoon.

There is no food or water available on this tour, so participants are encouraged to bring a snack and a bottle of water if they like.

No, this tour does not require a Lands Pass.

Binoculars and a spotting scope may be brought on this tour.  The day-use  area is fairly thick with trees, so a spotting scope may be of little use.

You should definitely bring your camera.

Yes, handicap accessible restrooms or port-a-potty is available at the tour site. Nevertheless, everyone should use the restroom before the tour begins.

This tour requires the ability to walk a mile or two over generally level and even terrain. Some parts of the trail require good balance and agility.

This tour requires the ability to stand for at least an hour.

There may be handicap parking available near the trail.

The trail is not wheelchair accessable in many areas.

In general, it is not acceptable to bring dogs to the festival or on tours because they may interfere with other participants or disturb wildlife. Service animals must be handled so as not to disturb other people or wildlife. 

There are many insects, including mosquitos near the water, so long sleeve shirts and long pants are recommended. Insect repellent is recommended.

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