Date & Time
Saturday, May 21, 2022
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Nestled just over the Gaviota pass from Gaviota State Beach is Nojoqui Falls County Park. There is quite a spectacular waterfall in the park (if it’s been raining) and is also home to the county’s breeding population of Purple Martins.
We will do everything we can for a safe experience, but COVID is always a risk. Additionally, SBAS may decide to cancel events should pandemic conditions warrant it. For these reasons, we ask that:
– All attendees be vaccinated, each participant bring a mask to the event, and social distancing be practiced to the greatest extent practicable.
– Masks be worn in car pool situations.
– Prior to attending any bird walk or field trip, please go to santabarbaraaudubon.org/activities for directions and event updates.
- Yellow-billed Magpie
- Purple Martin
- Blue Grosbeak
- Lazuli Bunting
- Barn Owl
Trip Leader: Rob Lindsay
- The park is in the Santa Ynez Valley
- From Hwy 101 take the Nojoqui Park turnoff (old Coast Hwy) 1.2 miles north of Gaviota Pass summit
- Turn left on Alisal Road (approx 1 mile)
- Nojoqui Falls Park is on the right about 0.8 miles down the road.
- We will park in the parking area nearest the falls
We will hike to the falls (an easy walk) and then bird the entire park.
- Bring water, snack or lunch
- Wear comfortable shoes, possible mud
- Bring a hats
- Binoculars a must, spotting scopes optional
Sponsored By Santa Barbara Audubon Society