A Walk on the Wild Side

A series of bird walks led by Jane Haley, a National Park
Service docent for 20 years and Wildlife Education and
Rehabilitation Center volunteer, will be held, starting on
Saturday, Nov. 13, from 9am to 11am along Coyote Creek, north of
Morgan Hill.
A series of bird walks led by Jane Haley, a National Park Service docent for 20 years and Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center volunteer, will be held, starting on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 9am to 11am along Coyote Creek, north of Morgan Hill.

Participants will have an opportunity to observe fall and winter migratory birds as well as discover an appreciation of local birds, their habitat and ecological importance. Additional walks are scheduled for Dec. 11, Jan. 8, and Feb. 12. Participants may attend one or all of the walks. Due to the terrain, these walks are not recommended for young children.

The programs are free, space is limited and reservations are required. For more information or to register, contact W.E.R.C. at (408) 779-9372 or visit the Web site at www.werc-ca.org.

W.E.R.C is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about wildlife, the environment and California Native Americans; as well as to the care, rehabilitation and successful release of orphaned, sick and injured native wildlife.

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