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Say's Phoebe
Say's Phoebe

photo by Linda Wentz

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Common Merganser
Common Merganser

photo by Linda Wentz

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Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl

photo by Mike Green

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Say's Phoebe
Say's Phoebe

photo by Linda Wentz

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Photos by Mike Green, Gary Kunkel, Gary Lindquist, Jim Skinner & Linda Wentz

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   LEARN TO DRAW BIRDS: Saturday, Feb. 25th St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Visalia

401 N. Hall, Visalia, CA

Time - TBA

 Materials will be provided, and children and adults are encouraged to attend and learn together!


When visiting burned areas in the Sierra twatch for the BLACK-HEADED WOODPECKER.  This year could be one of the best times to watch this rarely seen bird.  Learn about the relationship of this species, wildfires and wood boring beetles:



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The WESTERN TANAGER is one of the most colorful summer visitors in the Western forests.  More on these insect eaters:



WINTER BIRDING: Bravo Lake, Lake Kaweah and Success Lake are great place to see wintering waterfowl and shorebirds.


Birding Opportunities in Tulare/Kings County 


Directions and more detailed information is on the birding hotspots page. 


Bravo Lake and Lake Success

Sequoia National Park Hwy 198

Giant Forest

Mineral King

Tulare Water Treatment Plant

Atwell Island/Ton Tache Wetland

Burris Park

Hidden Valley Park

and others


Virtual Burrowing Owl Festival

A family friendly webpage provided by the Pomona Valley Audubon Society that has information about the owls and activities for kids. 

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Wildlife Emergency?

Critter Creek Wildlife Station is a non-profit rehabilitation center for wildlife. In case of a wildlife emergency in the San Joaquin Valley call: 559-338-2415

Get Involved

See how you can become a part of our Audubon group or check out our informative meetings.

Sasquatch Books

Tulare-Kings Audubon is grateful for the support of Sasquatch Booksone of the country’s leading independent presses.

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