Mount Burdell Bird Walk
April 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Join guest leader David Wimpfheimer and Jack from Wild Birds Unlimited for a spring walk on Mount Burdell. We’ll be looking and listening for a variety of spring songbirds, including Bullock’s orioles, lark sparrows, orange-crowned warblers, warbling vireos, and arriving lazuli buntings among the lush green hillsides of Marin’s premier oak savanna habitat.
Reserve your space by selecting your number of participants and clicking on “Confirm RSVP” below. This event is sold out. Check out our profile of the birds of Mount Burdell to guide yourself or check out the upcoming walks from the Open Space District. We’ll be meeting at the main trailhead on San Andreas Dr. (see below for directions) at 9 AM on Sunday, April 22 and wrapping up around 11:30 AM. Note that this walk includes a few miles of leisurely walking on fire roads with a few hundred feet of elevation gain. There are no restrooms or other facilities at this preserve.
Wild Birds Unlimited bird walks are intended for persons in reasonably good health and physical condition. Participants must be capable of walking over uneven terrain and be adequately prepared for the prevailing outdoor conditions. By registering for this walk, I acknowledge that participation entails known and unanticipated risks, including personal injury to myself and others and property damage. Notwithstanding these risks, I wish to assume them by voluntarily participating in these activities. I hereby release Wild Birds Unlimited and its officers, employees, and affiliates from any and all liability for any injury or loss arising out of my participation in these activities.
Header photo: Lark sparrow on Mount Burdell by Larry Scheibel