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Quail Ridge Reserve

Quail Ridge Reserve

The Quail Ridge Reserve lies in the heart of the Northern California coastal oak and chaparral zone, and its steep topography and damp canyons afford diverse habitats supporting an equally diverse avifauna. Since surveys began in 2000, 132 species of birds have been recorded from the Reserve. Of that total, 49 species have either been confirmed, or are suspected, to breed on the Reserve. The species diversity is among the highest recorded in the UC Natural Reserve System in similar habitats. Two other nearby Reserves, Stebbins Cold Canyon and McLaughlin, have similar habitats to Quail Ridge but have a more limited avian diversity of 110 and 120 species respectively.

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Bolsa Chica ConservancyBolsa Chica Conservancy
Bolsa Chica, along with the rest of Huntington Beach, CA, has some of the nation's best birding! Nearly half of the birds found in the U.S. have been seen in Huntington Beach. A fabulous 321 out of Orange County's 420 bird species were sighted here in the past decade. The birds listed here have been spotted in one or more of the following locations: The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, Huntington Beach Central Park, B.C. Regional Park, Huntington Harbor, Talbert Marsh and the Huntington Beach Wetlands, Santa Ana River , Carr Park, flood control channels, and the nearby Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge .

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Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay is probably the hottest birding spot in Sonoma County. More rare birds have been spotted here than in any other area in the County. Owl Canyon, "Hole-In-The-Head" and the bushes below Diekmann's Store have consistently yielded great finds. Madrone Audubon organizes many birding trips to Bodega Bay, including Walkabouts, Field Trips and Beginners Bird Walks. This is also a prime spot for the Christmas Bird Count.

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Birding Northern California

Birding Northern California

Leads you to 81 prime birding areas, with 294 individual sites and 102 maps. Seasonal bar graphs are provided for regularly occurring species. A chapter on "specialty birds" has range maps for 173 species, that both beginning and experienced birders will find of special interest.

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California Bird List of the Western Field OrnithologistsíCalifornia Bird Records Committee

California Bird List of the Western Field Ornithologists’California Bird Records Committee

The sequence of birds on this list has been updated to follow the 7th edition of the A.O.U Check-List of North American Birds, and supplements.

A total of 630 species is included on this list of California birds, ten of which are non-native species, and two of which have been extirpated within historical times. An additional six species have been recorded in the state, but are of uncertain natural occurrence and therefore are included in a supplemental list following the main list.
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Free birding site guides for California

Free birding site guides for California

Free birding site guides with good maps are available in PDF format (requires Adobe Acrobat reader).Location guides for American River, Bidwell Park, Chico, Cosumnes River Preserve, Del Puerto Canyon, Kings County, Lake Solano, Modesto Sewage Ponds, (pictured screenshot), San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, Spenceville Wildlife Area, Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, Yolo Farmlands.
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