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Morro Coast Audubon Society
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Serving San Luis Obispo County since 1966.
Serving San Luis Obispo County since 1966.

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Santa Margarita Lake Field Trip, Sunday, February 26th
Join park ranger Chuck Woodard and
Jan Surbey for this Morro Coast Audubon Society trip at Santa Margarita Lake
Sunday, February 26th from 9AM-11:30AM for a birding walk along the shoreline
in search of waterfowl and oak woodland species.  All ages and all ...

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All About Migration Talk at the SLO Botanical Gardens
All About Migration  Mark your calendar for 1:00-3:00 PM on March 11th. When spring is in full swing, birds are on the wing!  Every year, millions of birds migrate incredible distances.  How and why do they do it? Join Jessica Griffiths for an fascinating l...

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EUREKA! THE BIRDS OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY – November-December 2016
The Christmas Bird Count
always turns up new birds on count day (Dec 17) and during count week (3 days
before and after). This year the Black
Vulture , back for its fourth year, was found on count day
(J.Moonjian,S.Little†). In addition to the continuing Ea...

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Educational Birding with Central Coast Expert, Steve Schubert
T he Birders Guide to the
Central Coast   Join us for two
days of educational birding with Central Coast expert, Steve Schubert. Start
each morning on campus with a lesson that will prepare you for the day of
birding in the field. Sign up for the series and...

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MCAS Community Program: The Salton Sea
What: The Salton Sea: A New Vision And Why It Is So Important To Birds When: MONDAY FEBRUARY 20TH at 7PM Where: SLO Botanical Garden Oak Glen Pavilion in El Chorro Regional Park, Dairy Creek Road across from Cuesta College Presented by Andrea Jones, Directo...

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CARRIZO PLAIN CBC RESULTS...
Hello All, The Carrizo Plain CBC was held last Saturday, December 31, 2016. The weather was variable depending on where you were in the count circle. The temperatures ranged from 47-38 degrees. I thought it would warm up after I arrived at 7 a.m. but it did...

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2016 CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT - Preliminary Results
It will be a while before the count results are compiled, so here is a brief rundown on the results. Last night at the compilation potluck we tallied 199 species.  There are a few species that still need documentation, which means we may add, but are unlike...

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Sweet Springs History
SWEET SPRINGS HISTORY - to be continued... Archeological artifacts indicate the area where Sweet Springs is located was originally settled by the Chumash as early as 500 AD and lived there through the late 1700s. The area was subsequently “discovered” by th...

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Sweet Springs History
SWEET SPRINGS HISTORY Archeological artifacts indicate the area where Sweet Springs is located was originally settled by the Chumash as early as 500 AD and lived there through the late 1700s. The area was subsequently “discovered” by the Spaniard Captain Ga...

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2016 CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT - DEC 17th!
CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT, 2016   December 17th The past few Christmas Bird Counts resulted in the most participants and highest bird counts  in recent memory.    Thank you to all who participated.    The Count needs your participation in December 2016 to match ...
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