Every first Sunday of the month, San Fernando Valley Audubon conducts a bird-walk at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area, in Woodley Park. It’s a gentle, slow, level walk during which Kris Ohlenkamp, a biologist and avian expert, helps experts and beginners alike locate and recognize the wildlife that calls the Wildlife Area home. The Area and its beautiful lake are also a “fly-in AirBnB” for colorful migrating birds.
If you need to borrow a pair of binoculars, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll arrange something. There is always at least one spotting scope and birders are very good about sharing.
Never been bird-watching before? Not to worry, Audubon is all about helping you get started. More detailed directions and information (in English and some Spanish) about this and many other nature walks Audubon conducts in the San Fernando Valley can be found at www.sfvaudubon.org.