As is usual during the summer months Santa Barbara Audubon takes a break in providing monthly programs, monthly field trips and our Friday bird walks. With one exception… a late August Field trip led by Nick Lethaby. Fall events will be posted as their plans develop so be sure to come back here and check… Read more »
Rob Lindsay coordinates our monthly field trips which usually take place on a Saturday. Field trips often go farther afield in the county than the Friday bird walks
Contact Rob by e-mail for additional information.
As we resume our activities, to ensure the safety of our leaders and participants, the following protocols have been adopted until further notice:
- All participants are mandated to have been vaccinated to attend a field trip.
- Decision to wear masks on field trips will be up to the discretion of the trip leader
- Maintain social distancing.
- If you are sick, or feel unwell, do not attend.
Rob Lindsay coordinates our monthly field trips which usually take place on a Saturday. Field trips often go farther afield in the county than our Friday bird walks.Contact Rob by e-mail for additional information. Bird Walks and Field Trips are BACK! We will do everything we can for a safe experience, but covid is always… Read more »
Hollister Ranch is a large privately held area of ranchetts north of Gaviota on the coast and into the foot hills. This pristine coastal area is not something to miss. Seize the day and and see for your self the wonders this area holds.
Hello Birders! Santa Barbara Audubon Society is pleased to announce that (unless something awful arises) we will be resuming our field trips and Friday bird walks! Our first Field Trip is coming up in December and Friday Bird walks will start in January. To ensure the safety of our leaders and participants, the following protocols… Read more »
Hello Birding Friends: Due to ongoing concerns regarding distancing, the Santa Barbara Audubon Society’s Board of Directors has decided to continue our suspension of trips through the fall quarter. We want to be out there birding as much as you do but, for the immediate future, we want to avoid unnecessary risks. Stay in touch… Read more »