Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 4, 2013

Sierra Valley Birder’s Guidebook

If you are heading up to the Sierra Valley for birding you might want to get a copy of the Sierra Valley Birder’s Guidebook. I especially liked the local bird checklist and description of top birding sites.

The Feather River Land Trust and Plumas Audubon Society have teamed up to create a full-color, pocket-sized booklet that includes:

  • Sierra Valley and why it’s important to conserve it
  • Paintings of 20 birds you’re likely to see at FRLT’s Maddalena Property
  • Special Status Bird Species found in Sierra Valley
  • Sierra Valley birding checklist – includes 230+ species
  • Map and directions to birding hotspots

It is only five dollars. To find out how to get a copy go to the Feather River Land Trust. I ordered a copy by email and it came in a few days.

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