Location: Hwy 36 Causeway, 1/2 mile east of Chester
Activity level 1
DESCRIPTION: Scoping from shore will allow visitors to see a wide diversity of birds from the shore of Lake Almanor. Stop by and use our high powered scopes to help you see Western and Clark's Grebes from shore, as well as many other birds that frequent Lake Almanor.
LEADERS: KELLY CRUCE Kelly Cruce has been an environmentalist, wildlife ecologist, and avid birder for decades. Kelly has a dual degree in Biology and Fine Arts and has developed curricula and taught environmental education for a number of schools in developing countries. Kelly has lived and researched birds and other wildlife for a living in the Appalachains, Rockies, Sierras and Cascades, Patagonia, the Amazon, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Palau, Mexico, and Belize. She recently studied the Spotted Owl in Lassen National Forest while living in Chester. Kelly says that finally settling in Plumas County has been a wonderful opportunity to embrace the diverse ecology of the cordilleran forest and Feather River watershed.
The mission of Plumas Audubon is to promote understanding, appreciation, and protection of the biodiversity of the Feather River Region, especially birds, through education, research, and the restoration and conservation of natural ecosystems.