Beginning Birding Class starts March 10th 2018 Larkspur Community Piper Park


During the spring many migrating birds pass through the Bay Area joining our resident population. This introduction to bird watching will combine a Saturday morning classroom discussions of bird identification and use of binoculars, scopes and field guides with 3 local Larkspur parks field trips to follow.
Birding Larkspur town, parks, and marshes, instructor Rich Cimino will introduce you to the best local places to watch birds. No prior birding experience is required.

Class’s begin on Saturdays March 10, 2018.

The class’s are held out doors start time is 9:30 AM – 12 PM.

Limited to 6 participants.
Fee $65 single and $95.00 for family of three or more for 2 three hour sessions.

Piper Park, Larkspur
240 Doherty Drive
Larkspur, Ca. 94939
Contact: Richard Cimino if you have question on the class: or 925-353-0266


Hermit Thrush

Hermit Thrush

Adam Cimino teaching his father how to find the bird

| Adam Cimino teaching his father how to find the bird

White -faced Ibis in Coyote Hills EBRP.

White -faced Ibis in Coyote Hills EBRP.

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