Guided Nature Walk Until Oct 18, 2020 | What’s happening in San Diego

Guided Nature Walk Until Oct 18, 2020

Take a leisurely walk along the North McCoy trail to see and identify the many birds of the estuary. The North McCoy Trail is 1/3 mile long and is an excellent place to find the Light-Footed Ridgway's Rail, a marsh hen that is on the endangered species list. Usually where you see the Ridgway's Rail, you have a chance of seeing the Yellow-Crown Night-Heron not found listed in Western Bird books because it is not normally found in California. Pick up the pamphlet Birds of Southern California’s Coastal Bays and Estuaries from the rack inside the Visitor Center. It will help you identify the local shore birds.

The tour is led by informed docents and binoculars are provided FREE of charge. There is no fee for this tour and it is for all ages.
Please meet at the Visitor Center reception area.


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301 Caspian Way
Imperial Beach, CA, 91932
United States


(619) 575-3613
Contact name: 
Christopher Peregrin - Reserve Manager
10 AM - 11 AM