Outdoor

lodi sandhill crane festival Captain Morgan’s Delta Adventure Tour
Upcoming
Visitors will set sail from Tower Park Marina/Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp-Resort with Captain Paul and explore the abundant birdlife along the Mokelumne River from the luxury of the 55-foot double-decked Rosemarie.
Upcoming
Beat the weekend crowds and move about the Delta to observe cranes resting, eating and dancing during the “great winter rendezvous.”
Upcoming
If you are looking to increase your knowledge about Sandhill Cranes in a small group setting with the opportunity to ask questions, this tour is for you.
Upcoming
This tour combines a crane fly-in with birding on Staten Island, a premier Nature Conservancy/Conservation Farms and Ranches location, to learn what the birds already know - this is one of the best places in the Delta to spend the winter.
Upcoming
Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
Upcoming
Avoid the crowds and listen as experienced volunteer docents from the Department of Fish and Wildlife share the natural history of the cranes.
lodi sandhill crane festival Captain Morgan’s Delta Adventure Tour
Upcoming
Visitors will set sail from Tower Park Marina/Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp-Resort with Captain Paul and explore the abundant birdlife along the Mokelumne River from the luxury of the 55-foot double-decked Rosemarie.
lodi sandhill crane festival delta birding cruise
Upcoming
Cruise leisurely along the waterways of the California Delta through prime Sandhill Crane habitat with a local licensed boat operator and a birder/naturalist.
Upcoming
November 6, 2021
This is the festival’s most popular tour. Enjoy your drive through the Sierra foothills to Pardee Reservoir, where you will board a boat with East Bay Municipal Utility District naturalists and biologists.
lodi sandhill crane festival delta birding cruise
Upcoming
Cruise leisurely along the waterways of the California Delta through prime Sandhill Crane habitat with a local licensed boat operator and a birder/naturalist.
lodi sandhill crane festival Captain Morgan’s Delta Adventure Tour
Upcoming
Visitors will set sail from Tower Park Marina/Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp-Resort with Captain Paul and explore the abundant birdlife along the Mokelumne River from the luxury of the 55-foot double-decked Rosemarie.
heritage oak winery
Upcoming
November 6, 2021
Stroll picturesque vineyards and an old-growth riparian forest along the Mokelumne River with renowned local birder David Yee (who knows this area like his own home).
Upcoming
November 6, 2021
This is the festival’s most popular tour. Enjoy your drive through the Sierra foothills to Pardee Reservoir, where you will board a boat with East Bay Municipal Utility District naturalists and biologists.
lodi sandhill crane festival delta birding cruise
Upcoming
Cruise leisurely along the waterways of the California Delta through prime Sandhill Crane habitat with a local licensed boat operator and a birder/naturalist.
lodi sandhill crane festival delta birding cruise
Upcoming
Cruise leisurely along the waterways of the California Delta through prime Sandhill Crane habitat with a local licensed boat operator and a birder/naturalist.
lodi sandhill crane festival Captain Morgan’s Delta Adventure Tour
Upcoming
Visitors will set sail from Tower Park Marina/Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp-Resort with Captain Paul and explore the abundant birdlife along the Mokelumne River from the luxury of the 55-foot double-decked Rosemarie.
Upcoming
Beat the weekend crowds and move about the Delta to observe cranes resting, eating and dancing during the “great winter rendezvous.”
Upcoming
This tour combines a crane fly-in with birding on Staten Island, a premier Nature Conservancy/Conservation Farms and Ranches location, to learn what the birds already know - this is one of the best places in the Delta to spend the winter.
Upcoming
A tranquil Lodi Lake and the meandering Mokelumne River provide the rare opportunity for Crane Festival participants to enjoy a leisurely sunset patio boat ride.
Upcoming
Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
Upcoming
Avoid the crowds and listen as experienced volunteer docents from the Department of Fish and Wildlife share the natural history of the cranes.
Upcoming
November 6, 2021
Join Mokelumne River bird experts, Liz West and Joanne Katanic, on a short hike along the River
Upcoming
November 6, 2021
Bring your binoculars and enjoy a leisurely walk on flat ground through the old growth riparian habitat at Lodi Lake Wilderness Area with a local birding expert.
lodi sandhill crane festival delta birding cruise
Upcoming
Cruise leisurely along the waterways of the California Delta through prime Sandhill Crane habitat with a local licensed boat operator and a birder/naturalist.
November 7, 2021
Bring your binoculars and enjoy a leisurely walk on flat ground through the old growth riparian habitat at Lodi Lake Wilderness Area with a local birding expert.
Upcoming
November 7, 2021
This is the festival’s most popular tour. Enjoy your drive through the Sierra foothills to Pardee Reservoir, where you will board a boat with East Bay Municipal Utility District naturalists and biologists.
lodi sandhill crane festival Captain Morgan’s Delta Adventure Tour
Upcoming
Visitors will set sail from Tower Park Marina/Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp-Resort with Captain Paul and explore the abundant birdlife along the Mokelumne River from the luxury of the 55-foot double-decked Rosemarie.
Upcoming
A tranquil Lodi Lake and the meandering Mokelumne River provide the rare opportunity for Crane Festival participants to enjoy a leisurely sunset patio boat ride.
Upcoming
Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
Upcoming
Avoid the crowds and listen as experienced volunteer docents from the Department of Fish and Wildlife share the natural history of the cranes.
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