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This tour has all the excitement of the other fly-in tours in the area, but visitors will be able to view the Sandhill Cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of a viewing shelter. Seating is provided and maps, charts, and pictorials are on display. Also, visitors will be treated to a presentation by Department of Fish and Wildlife docents. The Woodbridge Ecological Reserve North Unit is generally closed to the public, so it is not uncommon for the cranes to settle in up close and personal.
Upcoming
The Woodbridge Ecological Reserve is one of the few locations where Sandhill Cranes consistently roost in the Delta. At dusk, in large groups that can number from several hundred to several thousand, the cranes converge on the South Unit’s flooded fields for the night. Often this spectacle of flight and vocalization is backdropped by stunning sunsets behind Mt. Diablo. CDFW Docents will give a presentation on the cranes in a private viewing area. The cranes determine end times for evening tours. All adults and youth 16 and older are required to have a Lands Pass, or hunting license, or fishing license.
Upcoming
This tour has all the excitement of the other fly-in tours in the area, but visitors will be able to view the Sandhill Cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of a viewing shelter. Seating is provided and maps, charts, and pictorials are on display. Also, visitors will be treated to a presentation by Department of Fish and Wildlife docents. The Woodbridge Ecological Reserve North Unit is generally closed to the public, so it is not uncommon for the cranes to settle in up close and personal. Transportation is provided by charter bus.
Upcoming
The Woodbridge Ecological Reserve is one of the few locations where Sandhill Cranes consistently roost in the Delta. At dusk, in large groups that can number from several hundred to several thousand, the cranes converge on the South Unit’s flooded fields for the night. Often this spectacle of flight and vocalization is backdropped by stunning sunsets behind Mt. Diablo. CDFW Docents will give a presentation on the cranes in a private viewing area. The cranes determine end times for evening tours. All adults and youth 16 and older are required to have a Lands Pass, or hunting license, or fishing license.
Upcoming
This tour will sell out early! It has all of the excitement of the other fly-in tours in the area, but visitors will disembark the bus at the Woodbridge Ecological Reserve North Unit, where they will be treated to a presentation by Department of Fish and Wildlife docents.
Upcoming
At dusk, in large groups that can number from several hundred to several thousand, the cranes converge on the flooded fields to roost for the night. Often this spectacle of flight, vocalization and ground activity is back-dropped by stunning sunsets behind Mt. Diablo.
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