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Ulistac Natural Area (Santa Clara)

Saturday, June 29, 2024

08:15 AM - 12:00 PM

South park entrance on Lick Mill Blvd

37.403418, -121.953984

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Ulistac Natural Area (Santa Clara)

Join us for a leisurely bird walk to look for songbirds, woodpeckers, raptors and wading birds. This urban open space with oak and riparian woodlands and seasonal wetlands contains the last 40 acres of natural, undeveloped land along the Guadalupe River in the city of Santa Clara. Park volunteers are continuing to remove invasive species and add California native plants making this place a rich urban sanctuary great for year-round birding.

Trip Difficulty: 1.5 miles, dirt trails, little or no elevation gain, some shade

Leaders: Dave Zittin (408) 515-7104, Floy Zittin (408) 253-3258 and Liz Firth (408) 505-2867

Beginner Friendly, Family Friendly Ages 10 and up

Meet: south park entrance on Lick Mill Blvd

Directions: From CA-237 exit Great America Pkwy south, drive 0.8 miles, then turn left on Tasman Dr. In 1 mile turn right on Lick Mill Blvd and travel about 0.5 miles to the park which will be on your left. Street parking. Short walk from the VTA Light Rail on Tasman Dr. Latitude/Longitude: 37.403418, -121.953984

Facilities: Nearest bathroom facilities are across the street at Lick Mill Park.

Parking Type and Fees: street parking, no fees

Banner Photo: Red-shouldered Hawk by Sarah Chan

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


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