Corica Park Alameda, CA
Trip Leaders: Rick Lewis, 510-295-3073, firstname.lastname@example.org, Marj Powell
Date: Tuesday, February 21st (8:30 - 10 am)
Details: We'll be looking for the Bald Eagle pair who are building a nest here, as well as the many other birds (Red-Shouldered Hawk, Green Heron, Hooded Merganser, and more!) that can be found here. The walk will be approx 1 mile, on a paved road and flat trails. Restrooms at the beginning. To minimize disturbance of the eagles, the group must stay together at all times and follow all instructions from the field trip leaders. We will be in an area closed to golfing on Tuesday, February 21st.
The eagles' preferred nest is on the North Course, currently undergoing renovation and restoration of its vibrant ecosystem. Greenway Golf's vision is of environmentally sustainable, socially inclusive spaces for everyone - learn more at https://www.coricapark.com/mission/
This field trip is now full.
Directions: Corica Park is at 1 Clubhouse Memorial Rd, Alameda. From Doolittle Dr, turn onto Island Drive and proceed to the course entrance, which is on the left, beyond the stoplight at Robert Davey Jr. Drive. Park in the large lot and proceed to the building at its end. Meet at the front left corner of the building (facing from the parking lot), which also contains the pro shop and restrooms.
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