QR codes now available on Shollenberger Self-guided Tour markers

QR codes now available on Shollenberger Self-guided Tour markers

QR codes are now attached at each post of the Shollenberger Park Self-guided Tour.  In addition to a scanning app, Smart phone users will need to install Dropbox (free) in order to open the pdf image.  Use your smart phone to access information about Shollenberger...
Feather Fest 2017

Feather Fest 2017

From Peter Colasanti: On Sunday, April 15, PWA held our annual Feather Fest at Shollenberger Park. Over 20 avid junior birders attended with parents, siblings and other hangers-on in tow. Our President Al Hesla opened the affair with an explanation of our purpose and...
“The Sounds of Spring” article from Press Democrat, 4/20/2017

“The Sounds of Spring” article from Press Democrat, 4/20/2017

The sounds of spring Recordings of bird calls reveal hidden details about shifting state of native ecosystems By STEPHEN NETT FOR THE PRESS DEMOCRAT The drought has officially broken, the signs are everywhere. Lush grass carpets the hillsides, oaks are leafing...
Recent Bird Photos by Deb Sheppard

Recent Bird Photos by Deb Sheppard

From Deb Sheppard, visit to Shollenberger Park, April 14th:  Like many of our birds at Shollenberger, the Eared Grebes are coming into their breeding plumage!  During breeding season they display their golden plumes that give them their name Eared Grebe. The...
California alligator lizard

California alligator lizard

Photos from Urszula Dziri. Text by Pam Williams, John Shribbs, and Dave Barry. Urszula recently spotted a California alligator lizard at Ellis Creek. It was missing its tail, which is common. Pam and John did some research to identify it. Dave Barry stepped up with a...

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