Leaders: Rich Nicholson and Kathy Robertson, fieldtripsATohloneaudubon.org
Lake Chabot Regional Park offers a variety of habitats for birdwatching: riparian, grassland, oak savannah, marshy shoreline, and open water. We'll look for spring migrants and nesting residents. We might see Bald Eagles that have nested at the park in previous years! We will hike a few miles over mostly moderate terrain with a few steep hills. Pre-registration is not required, and all are welcome. Heavy rain cancels.
Directions: Take Lake Chabot Road north from Castro Valley Boulevard for 1.6 miles. Turn right just before the East Bay Regional Park District sign. Follow the road uphill for .7 miles to the parking area on the left. Meet at the parking area across from the Police and Fire Headquarters.