Join Judy Johnson and Fresno Audubon in exploring the Merced National Wildlife Refuge. Merced NWR is one of the best local places for viewing migrating water fowl, including large numbers of Snow, Ross's, and Greater White-fronted Geese, Sandhill Cranes, White-faced Ibis and many duck species. Often-seen raptors include Red-tail Hawks, Northern Harriers, Peregrine Falcons, Kestrels and the occasional Bald Eagle. We will staying for the evening fly-in which is a sight to behold! Bring snacks and plenty of water. Bathrooms (pit toilets) are available near the entrance.
Checklist: binoculars, scope, field guide, snacks, lunch, water, sunscreen, hat, radios
Trip leader: Judy Johnson
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Photo credit: Chamong Xiong