Field Trip: Lake Cachuma Winter Wildlife (Eagle) Boat Cruise

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Date & Time

Saturday, February 12, 2022
9:45 am - 1:00 pm

February Field Trips and Bird Walks have again been canceled. We are all saddened by this on going disruption to our favorite pass time. Check back later for the March update. We all miss our times together.

Join SBAS and Naturalist Rosey Bishop for a boat tour of the birds of Lake Cachuma. Explore all the nooks and crannies of the shoreline for not only birds but land mammals as well.

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.

Target Birds

  • Bald Eagle
  • White Pelican
  • Grebes
  • Common Loon
  • Sea  & water birds
  • Ducks
  • Osprey
  • Great-tailed Grackle
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • etc.

Trip Leader: Park Naturalist Rosey Bishop

Directions:

$10 Auto entrance fee.

  • Take Hwy 154 to Lake Cachuma County Park entrance
  • If needed ask for directions at the ranger kiosk
  • Park near the boat launching area and the Fishing and Tackle shop
  • See MAP

Cost:

  • $15.00 per person for the boat trip – payable on the boat
  • $10.00 per auto entrance fee

Reservations:

Trip is limited to 25 people. You must email Rob Lindsay email hidden; JavaScript is required to make a reservation on or before February 5th. Rob will confirm your reservation.

Other Information

  • The Neal Taylor Nature Center has made some big improvements and is worth a visit after the Eagle Cruise.
  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Bring a hat
  • Dress in layers
  • Bring Snacks & Lunch
  • Binoculars a must, spotting scopes are NOT recommended on the boat

Trip Coordinator

Rob Lindsay

Contact Rob for questions or additional information

Sponsored By Santa Barbara Audubon Society