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    Bird Walk Coastal Access Park

    Doran Regional Park, California
    Distance.9mi
    Elevation Gain45ft
    Trailhead Elevation22ft
    Top29ft

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    Meadow Vista, CA
    Pathfinder | 70 pts
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    1/15/2012
    Very easy trail, very common to view wild birds and deer
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    Robert Stone
    "The Bird Walk Coastal Access Park lies at the mouth of Cheney Gulch, where it empties into Bodega Harbor just north of the Doran Spit. The coastal access trail follows old levees built to hold silt dredged from Bodega Harbor. The elevated walkway circles two freshwater ponds held within the levees. The trail overlooks Doran Park Marsh (a revitalized salt water marsh) and the 800-acre harbor. Thousands of birds inhabit the marshlands throughout the year, making it a superb bird observation area for waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds. The Cheney Creek Bridge Trail connects the Bird Walk Coastal Access Park with the long sandy beach along the Doran Spit." Read more

    Trail Information

    Doran Regional Park
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    Day Hikes Around Sonoma County

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    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    .9
    Distance
    Minimal
    Elevation Gain
    Loop/Lollipop
    Trail Type
    Easy
    Skill Level
    22 feet
    Trailhead Elevation
    29 feet
    Top Elevation

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