[wisb] Re: suggestions for Bay Area birding

http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/depts/csd/parks_and_open_space/preserves_a
nd_open_spaces/the_baylands.asp
there is some excellent birding here that you can do early morning or
later in afternoon after your other activities are over
for your one day birding, I would follow the coast south as far as
Monterey - there are several locations that can be checked along the
coast - this will avoid negotiating San Fran traffic also
there is a guide for Santa Cruz Co. at www.birding.travel 
there is a brochure for the Central Coast Birding Trail - Monterey Co.
http://www.ca-ccbt.info/
Just hope it isn't too foggy - this is the first day that it has not
been foggy since I arrived here last Sunday

Noel Cutright, Ozaukee Co. but in Monterey Co. right now

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Subject: [wisb] suggestions for Bay Area birding

Folks,

I'm going to be in the Bay Area of California for a conference at the
end of October, and I'm going to have one day free (with a car) to do
some birding. Would anyone care to recommend places for me to go to make
the best use of my limited time? I'll be staying in Palo Alto, and I
assume I want to head for the coast. I've birded a bit in Southern CA,
but are there species in the Bay area I should try to make it a point to
look for?

I have some lists of sites I've gleaned from California birding web
pages, but nothing's jumped out as the "one place to go if you've only
got a day", except perhaps for Point Reyes.

Thoughts?

Thank you,
--
Peter C. Gorman
Mount Horeb, Dane Co, Wisconsin
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