Greetings Tulare Kings Bird Enthusiasts,

As the Central Valley moves through Spring, the Tulare Kings Audubon Society Board is planning some exciting events.  Watch for meeting announcements here and in future Tappings. 

2022 Speaker Meetings

The first part of in-person speaker meetings is business and usually lasts 15-20 minutes.  The second part of the meeting includes a presenter on a conservation topic or photo presentation, open questions, and refreshments.  We meet only during the school year (September - May) and we do not have general meetings in December and January.

If you would like to suggest a speaker or would like to volunteer to be a speaker at one of our meetings please contact us through the website by clicking here.


Cafe 210, 210 W. Center Avenue, Visalia

"The State of Restoration in High Lake Ecosystems"


Danny Boiano, Supervisory Ecologist and Physical & Wildlife Sciences Branch Chief, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.  This talk will also include notes on recent fires in the parks.



BIRDATHON: Tulare Kings Audubon’s annual fundraiser will run from April 10 to May 10.
Watch for a letter with details or contact us at tulareaudubon@yahoo.com.


Tulare County bird lists

2022 Field Trips

For questions, check out the Field Trip FAQ.

JUNE FIELD TRIP - Saturday, June 4th - 7:00am

"Birding the Foothills Above Springville" – Lead by Joan Parker


Meet at the Springville Memorial Building at 7:00am and depending on what roads are open, birding the Wishon Trail, Mountain Home State Demonstration Forest, or the road above Coy Flats campground.   

Birding Opportunities in Tulare/Kings County 2022

There are plenty of places to bird in Kings and Tulare County- check out some birding hotspots here!