Fresno Audubon Society | Wednesday Walk- Kearney Park CANCELED
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Wednesday Walk- Kearney Park CANCELED

28 Aug Wednesday Walk- Kearney Park CANCELED

April 1, 2020 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Kearney Park
6725 W Kearney Blvd
Fresno, CA
Larry Parmeter

Kearney Park, which was originally the estate of Martin Kearney,  a land developer and agricultural promoter in the late 1800s, was once owned by the University of California, and is now a Fresno County park.  Kearney Park is good for sparrows, nuthatches, wrens, woodpeckers and sapsuckers, and finches among many other birds. Spring migrants such as flycatchers, tanagers, and warblers can be seen at the park. Kearney Park is also one of the few places in the Fresno area where Yellow-billed Magpies can be seen. Owls are sometimes found at the park, as are nighthawks. Wear walking shoes and warm clothes; early April mornings in the country can be cool. Bring a lunch.  There is a $5 entrance fee. Register for this walk here

Checklist: binoculars, scope, field guide, snacks, lunch, water, sunscreen, hat, radios

Trip Leader: Larry Parmeter (559)288-3456

The Kearney Park entrance location is here

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