Events

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water. 

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water. 

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water. 

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water.

Los Cerritos Wetlands Walk, Zedler Marsh

Meet at PCH and First Street, border of Seal Beach/LB. Turn inland, park off asphalt. It is one of two chances to enter the locked gated property. This small tidal marsh off of the San Gabriel River is a good place to look for herons, egrets, shorebirds, Belding’s Savannah Sparrow, and songbirds. It will be a beautiful walk; help us document the birds! Bring binoculars, water, hat and sun-screen. Closed-toed shoes required. Rain or shine.  Sunset is approximately 4:45pm.  

To learn more about Los Cerritos Wetlands, please visit our Conservation Page.

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water. 

Los Cerritos Wetlands Walk, Hellman Lowlands

Meet at PCH and First St, on the border of Seal Beach/LB. Turn inland, park off asphalt. This is a locked gated area and one of two chances to enter the property. We will be looking for Belding’s Savannah Sparrow, Allen’s Hummingbird, Great Blue Heron, Snowy Egret and more. Help us document the avian species of this Audubon IBA. Bring binoculars, water, hat, sunscreen. Closed-toed shoes required. Rain or shine.

To learn more about Los Cerritos Wetlands, please visit our Conservation Page.   

Los Cerritos Wetlands Walk, Zedler Marsh

Meet at PCH and First Street, border of Seal Beach/LB. Turn inland, park off asphalt. It is one of two chances to enter the locked gated property. This small tidal marsh off of the San Gabriel River is a good place to look for herons, egrets, shorebirds, Belding’s Savannah Sparrow, and songbirds. It will be a beautiful walk; help us document the birds! Bring binoculars, water, hat and sun-screen. Closed-toed shoes required. Rain or shine.  Sunset is approximately 4:44pm.

To learn more about Los Cerritos Wetlands, please visit our Conservation Page.

Bird Walk, El Dorado Nature Center

Join us for a morning of birding along the beautiful Nature Center trails. Over 200 bird species have been documented at our urban nature park. No prior birding experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Suggest bringing binoculars, field guide, hat, sturdy shoes and water. 

Los Cerritos Wetlands Walk, Hellman Lowlands

Meet at PCH and First St, on the border of Seal Beach/LB. Turn inland, park off asphalt. This is a locked gated area and one of two chances to enter the property. We will be looking for Belding’s Savannah Sparrow, Allen’s Hummingbird, Great Blue Heron, Snowy Egret and more. Help us document the avian species of this Audubon IBA. Bring binoculars, water, hat, sunscreen. Closed-toed shoes required. Rain or shine.

To learn more about Los Cerritos Wetlands, please visit our Conservation Page.