(2722b) TOUR – Stone Lakes Birding and Fly-in November 5, 2022

(2722b) TOUR – Stone Lakes Birding and Fly-in November 5, 2022


NEW – THIS IS A FREE TOUR  Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is home to over 200 species of birds and is a roosting area for Sandhill Cranes. Join a local guide who will lead you along the Blue Heron Trails as you explore this magnificent wildlife sanctuary. The tour is tailored to nature lovers, beginning and intermediate birders, photographers, and families. If you have never been to Stone Lakes, this is a great way to get acquainted. Be prepared to walk about a mile and stand for over an hour. You will likely see numerous waterfowl, raptors, and other birds. If you are lucky, you will get to witness Sandhill Cranes as they fly-in for the night. Be sure to stay on the trails. Don’t forget your camera. A flashlight will be helpful to aide you while walking back to your car. The tour ends at sunset so it will be dark.

Meet your guide at the Blue Heron Trails parking lot at 4:00 p.m. You will pass through an electronic gate to enter the cement walkway. Be sure to stay on the trails.

Choose an option and select the number of tickets you wish to purchase. No actual tickets will be issued. THIS IS A FREE TOUR BUT YOU MUST SIGN UP HERE. Be sure to click on the number of tickets, then update cart, then place order.

You will receive an email to confirm your reservation (Check your Spam Folder if you do not receive one) On the day of the tour your guide will have a list of participants and will check you in.

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The Blue Heron Trails is located south of Sacramento, just outside of Elk Grove. From Sacramento, travel south on Interstate 5 and take the Hood Franklin Road exit. At the stop sign, turn right, heading west for about one mile. The entrance sigh and turn lane will be on your left.

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Children 12 and Under, Youth 13-17 Years Old, Adults 17 Years or Older

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