Birding Trails in California
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Birding Trails in California

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California has 115 birding trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 18 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cabrillo National Monument, Fallen Leaf Lake - Moraine Trail and Bair Island Reserve and Corkscrew Slough. Trails.com member Rosa S. recently completed Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve.
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Annadel State Park has 35 miles of trails in a 5,000-acre “wilderness at your doorstep” ...
The Bolsa Chica tidal basin encompasses 1,300 wetland acres and 300 mesa acres between ...
Picturesque Fallen Leaf Lake, measuring three miles long, is the second largest alpine ...
This rail-trail immerses you in the culture of the sea. If you are lucky, otters will ...
The Western Divide Highway has many of the qualities of Sequoia National Park, but with ...
San Diego’s first national monument, Cabrillo is a beautiful place indeed, with sweeping ...
Visit oak woodlands before exploring a marsh shoreline that hosts a variety of birds. ...
At the time of its completion in 1997, the Vic Fazio Yolo Wildlife Area was the largest ...
Although the craggy Mendocino coast is among the more scenic shorelines in a state famous ...
One of the more prominent coastal landmarks in the state, 578-foot Morro Rock is the last ...
Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve is a 142-acre upland habitat adjacent to the Upper Newport ...
Lake Merritt is a lake in a park in a big city; nevertheless, it gets large amounts of ...
Kaweah Oaks consists of about 300 acres owned by The Nature Conservancy. It is essentially ...
Kern River Valley must be counted as one of the best birding sites in California because ...
Boardwalks and easy levee-top walking lead out through marshlands to the bayshore, where ...
Bair Island Ecological Reserve, a 1,600-acre tidal marsh tucked away at the edges of urban ...
Mt. Pinos Nordic Skiing is located in the Los Padres National Forest, a 220-mile stretch ...
Jellys Ferry Road doesn’t have much traffic, and passes through oak savanna, crossing ...
There are six refuges in the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex: Sacramento, ...
Crystal Basin is an attractive area. About half of the basin is in private hands, a legacy ...
Caswell Memorial State Park is a genuine riparian jungle. The overstory consists of huge ...
With its variety of launch and take-out options, this ambitious, 15-mile paddle to the ...
Tucked in the substantial lee of Point San Luis, the sheltered arc of San Luis Obispo ...
More sheltered and less busy than the slough’s ocean end, the waters around Kirby Park, ...
Winding some 7 miles from the sea into rolling coastal hills, Elkhorn Slough is California’s ...
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