Lunchtime Bird Walk at Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant
Wednesday, November 03, 2021
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Carl Rd parking lot, under the tree, near the porta-potty
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 working people but all are welcome to attend.
Walking mileage/Conditions: 1 mile, flat trail
Leaders: Allen Royer: (408) 288-7768 and Vicki Silvas-Young
Beginner Friendly, Family Friendly All Ages
Meet: Carl Rd parking lot, under the tree, near the porta-potty
Directions: From CA-237 in Sunnyvale, exit Lawrence Expy/Caribbean Dr. Continue onto Caribbean Dr. In about 1.2 miles, turn right at Borregas then left on Carl Rd following the signs to the bay trail access parking lot. Latitude/Longitude: 37.419133, -122.018296.
Parking Notes: If the Carl Rd parking lot is full or closed, there is additional parking along Caribbean Dr just west of Borregas Ave. You can reach the meeting point by using the bay trail access point on Caribbean Dr. Latitude/Longitude: 37.417595, -122.018838
Facilities: porta-potty (usually unpleasant)
Parking Fees: no
Banner Photo: Green Heron by Garrett Lau
Questions? Email general questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the trip leader for questions regarding the event.
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