Leader: Bill Grossi
Date: Saturday, May 8th
Time: 7:00 AM
Located at the north end of Washoe Valley, Davis Creek Regional Park is a pleasant mix of Big Sagebrush, Willow, and Yellow Pine nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada. Birds likely to be seen include Calliope Hummingbird, Northern Flicker, Hairy, Downy, and White-headed Woodpeckers, Gray Flycatchers, Spotted Towhee, Steller's and California Scrub Jays, Black-billed Magpie, California Quail, and who knows what else, as spring migration will be in full swing.
Bring binoculars, water, hat, comfortable hiking shoes, and reference (field guide, birding app, etc.). We'll begin as soon as we can after 7:00 am, and probably be done by lunchtime. You may wish to bring a lunch and use the picnic area when the walk is completed.