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As part of our Plumas Earth Day offerings, Plumas Audubon Society and Feather River Land Trust invite you on a bird walk and property tour of the recently conserved Sierra Valley Preserve.  Situated at the headwaters of the Middle Fork Feather River, the preserve features outstanding wetland, meadow, and sagebrush habitats that make for incredible spring-time birding. Sierra Valley is on the Pacific Flyway and is a prime nesting and rearing location for a wide variety of birds including local favorites like the Sandhill Crane and White-faced Ibis.

Long-time Sierra Valley birders and PAS naturalists Terry and Jerry Williams will lead the bird walk with FRLT staffer Vanessa sharing information about the preserve. Looking for more bird walks? Check out Plumas Audubon's online calendar for other opportunities. 

Want to learn more about the Sierra Valley Preserve and FRLT's conservation efforts? Read more or watch the video below.

Video slideshow photo credits: Andrew Wright/lighthawkphoto, Michael Hofmayer, Shannon Morrow, Liz Fairchild, and FRLT staff.

Vanessa Vasquez
Saturday, April 22, 2017