Citizen Science

Habitat conservation is a foundation of birding. Here in Alameda County we encounter a cross-section of conservation issues found around the world. Yellowbilled Tours is committed to keeping you current on these issues and the initiatives that address them. Our goal is to enhance your birding by providing both the knowledge and the field experiences that can enrich environmental awareness.

Owens Lake Bird Festival April 26-28th 2019

Yellowbilled Tours will be The Key Note speaker presenting Owens Lake Arctic to the Tropics. On Saturday evening in Lone Pine California we'll review the birds which use Owens Lake as a rest and feeding stop over feeding before moving on to Central America.       ...

RSS GGRO daily hawkwatch update

  • Sunday, December 02, 2018
    Clear and sunny skies welcomed the Sunday 2 team for the final Hawkwatch day of the 2018 season! Throughout the day we enjoyed watching Turkey Vultures, Red-tailed Hawks, Sharp-shinned Hawks, and Cooper's Hawks fly around the Headlands. The team also got a good look at a juvenile Red-shouldered Hawk as it flew around and perched […]
  • Saturday, December 01, 2018
    Despite a rainy morning, the Saturday 2 team was able to spend most of the day on the hill! Though slow, the day was filled with rainbows and adult peregrines as well as delicious food and good company. A lovely day to end a fabulous season! Total Sightings: 126 Hours Counted: 4.92 HPH: 25.61 Total […]