Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Podcast Bolsa Chica Wetlands - Part 2
Recently we spent two Saturdays at Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve birding for shorebirds. 75% of the bird species in North America migrate and a large number of these species are shorebirds. Part of what makes Bolsa Chica so exciting is the variety of birds that pass through or who come to spend the winter. Some of these birds fly all the way from Canada and Alaska.
You might ask, “What is so special about a reddish egret?”
“What does a little island of dry ground with sandpipers have to do with Bolsa Chica?”
Or “What are those willets doing?”
Listen to our first PodCast - Bolsa Chica Audio Adventure and find out.
Click Here to listen to the Podcast!
Bolsa Chica located along Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, CA.
The pathways are easily accessible and the birds are close. Give the Gift of Tranquility - Take your loved ones to go watch the birds for an hour.
Posted by Keri Dearborn at 7:05 PM
Labels: Animalbytes, bird watching, birding Southern California, Bolsa Chica, egret, nature, Orange County, podcast, wetlands
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