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Lunchtime Bird Walk at Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant

Wednesday, January 04, 2023

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

On the north side of W Caribbean Dr, just west of Borregas Ave, where the trail intersects the road

37.417656,-122.019014

Before signing up for this trip, please take a moment to read our trip policies and view our liability waiver.

Lunchtime Bird Walk at Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant

Take a lunchtime stroll along weedy-edged, tule-lined canals, evaporation ponds, and salt ponds to look for egrets, herons, grebes, ducks, and terns. This trip is designed for beginners but all are welcome to attend.

Difficulty: 1 mile, flat dirt trail

Leaders: Allen Royer, Vicki Silvas-Young (408) 807-6993 and Dan Bloch (650) 862-2178

Beginner Friendly, Family Friendly All Ages, Wheelchair Accessible

Meet: On the north side of W Caribbean Dr, just west of Borregas Ave, where the trail intersects the road.

Directions: Note! New starting point! The parking lot on Carl Rd is closed. From CA-237 in Sunnyvale, exit Lawrence Expy/Caribbean Dr. Continue onto Caribbean Dr. In a little over one mile, you’ll pass Borregas Ave. After you’ve passed Borregas Ave, park anywhere along W Caribbean Dr. Trip leaders will be at the meeting point (the intersection of W Caribbean Dr and the Bay Trail). Latitude/Longitude: 37.417656,-122.019014

Facilities: ADA compliant porta-potty near start (usually unpleasant), drinking water

Parking: Paved street parking; no fees; ADA compliant spots available

Banner Photo: Snowy Egret by Carter Gasiorowski

Questions? Email general questions to fieldtrips@scvas.org or contact the trip leader for questions regarding the event.

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