MCAS Field Trip - May 12 - FULL - Spring Birding El Chorro Regional Park


Photo by Robbie Revel

Morro Coast Audubon Society Presents


FIELD TRIP:       Spring Birding El Chorro Regional Park

DATE:                  Thursday, May 12, 2022

TIME:                   8:00am to 11:00am

LEADERS:          Eric Wier and Jay Carroll


Trip is limited to 12 participants - A waiting list will be started once the trip is full.


Join Jay and Eric for a walk through the varied habitats and surrounding environs of El Chorro Regional Park. This bird walk will be approximately one mile long at a slow to moderate pace. The terrain is gentle, over a variety of surfaces. People of any birding skill level are welcome. We’ll expect to see dozens of species with likely sightings of: White-tailed Kite, Red-shouldered Hawk, California Quail, California Scrub-jay, Western Bluebird, and possible nesting Black-headed Grosbeaks and Orioles.


Wear sturdy walking shoes, bring a hat, sunscreen, water, and snacks as needed. Bring Binoculars and a spotting scope if you wish. Dress in layers. Restrooms are available. Rain cancels. Note: Day use parking is $3.00.


Experience Level: we welcome all levels of birding experience.


Registration and Proof of Full COVID Vaccination Required!


Registration will open on the morning of April 27th. The LINK to the Field Trip’s Registration Form will ONLY be sent out on above date via MCAS ALERT and SLOCOBIRDING. If you are not already a member of these email lists, you can join MCAS ALERT via JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST in the Footer of the MCAS website and/or SLOCOBIRDING via


Questions? Email Robbie Revel