Audubon Center At Debs

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Audubon Center At Debs
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4700 Griffin Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90031
(323) 221-2255

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Audubon Center at Debs Park added an event.
Join us as we kick off our 2018 bird banding season with a series of workshops with Avian Ecologist and Wildlife Biologist, Tom Ryan! Tue Jan 23rd 8-10am: Bird I.D & Point Count Methods Tue Jan 30th 8-10am: General Ornithology Tue Feb 6th 8-10am: Bird Banding Workshops are FREE, but we encourage that you attend all three workshops with intentions to join our banding team consistently every Tuesday morning once banding season has begun. To attend the workshops, please RSVP to lhill@audubon.org - space is limited! More about our Bird Banding Program: What is bird banding? -Bird banding is the process of catching birds, and marking them with an aluminum identification band around the leg before releasing them unharmed. Does it hurt them? -No! The mist nets are very light, as well as the aluminum band. If fitted properly, the band does not impede movement or make flight difficult. Some birds may even like showing off their new “bling”! The handling and processing time is minimal in order to decrease stress on the bird. Why do it? -The data collected from bird banding studies can give Ornithologist (bird scientists) ideas about species dispersal and migration patterns, behavior and social structures, survivorship, and productivity. During banding season, the banding team meets every Tuesday morning from 6:30am-11am. Under the guidance of Avian Ecologist and Wildlife Biologist, Tom Ryan, and Audubon Staff, you will learn proper bird banding protocol. Over several sessions, you will observe how to set up and monitor mist nets, how to properly remove birds from a net, and how to handle and process birds as you collect data and measurements. In no time, you’ll be handling the birds yourself! Find out more here: http://debspark.audubon.org/events/bird-banding-workshop-series
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Please join us next Saturday for our new kid friendly, volunteer-led hike! Hikes will take place from 9:30am-11:30am on the last Saturday of each month. Hikes meet in the courtyard and begin at 9:30am sharp. This hike aims to gather the surrounding community and promote health and wellness for families through physical activity while exploring open urban wildlife spaces. Following the hike, please join our volunteer leaders for a nature-themed arts & crafts family program! Be sure to bring water and snacks of your liking, comfortable shoes, and layers if needed.
Please join us next Saturday for a kid friendly, volunteer-led hike! Hikes will take place from 9:30am-11:30am on the last Saturday of each month. Hikes meet in the courtyard and begin at 9:30am sharp. This hike aims to gather the surrounding community and promote wellness for families through physical activity while exploring urban wildlife spaces. Following the hike, please join us for a nature-themed arts & crafts family program! Be sure to bring water and snacks of your liking, comfortable shoes, and layers if needed. “Hiking is a bit like life: The journey only requires you to put one foot in front of the other…again and again and again. And if you allow yourself the opportunity to be present throughout the entirety of the trek, you will witness beauty every step of the way, not just at the summit” -Anonymous
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Audubon Center at Debs Park added an event.
Come out and work alongside the LA River as we revamp Steelhead Park! We need your help to clean up trash, remove invasive weeds, and plant native plants! Help us create bird friendly communities within our neighborhoods! Bird while you build...habitat! Be sure to dress in layers, wear closed-toe shoes, and bring water. Snacks will be provided! Email lhill@audubon.org to RSVP. For more details and to download the liability waiver, visit: http://debspark.audubon.org/events/volunteer-habitat-enhancement-steelhead-park-0
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Hoo hoo hoooo’s coming to the Bird Walk tomorrow morning from 8-9:30am?? We also have our regular Volunteer Service Day from 9am-12pm! If you plan to come to either/both events, please park along N Griffin Ave- the gate to the parking lot will be closed from 7:30am-11 for a run led by REI. See you bright and early! 📸by @lehill

Join community naturalist and birding god, Adam Levitan for a bird walk tomorrow at 8am! Enter on the east side of the park at 4235 Monterey Rd and meet in the parking lot at the top of the drive! Lots of free parking! See you tomorrow! 🙏🏻🐦🌿