Cuesta Class with Steve Schubert - Birding the Morro Bay Estuary

  • Virtual Class Presentation: Sat., Oct. 21st from 9:00 - 10:30am
  • In-Person Van Field Trip (limited to 12 enrollments): Sat., Oct. 28th from 9:00am - 3:00pm. (There is a wait list for the van field trip. However, individuals may be allowed to carpool or drive their own vehicles. To be determined.)
    Take a virtual or in-person field trip to Morro Bay estuary and its 48,000-acre watershed.  Morro Bay's coastal salt marsh, mudflats, estuary, beach, dunes, and associated upland watershed are recognized as vital feeding and resting habitats for thousands of birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway, arriving and departing from as far away as the arctic tundra to the north and the Neotropical rainforests to the south. Make stops at several of the publicly accessible and popular birding locations along the perimeter of the bay, including Morro Rock, the Heron Rookery, State Park Marina, the Elfin Forest boardwalk and Audubon Overlook in Baywood Park, and the Sweet Springs Nature Preserve in Los Osos.

    Find entire details on the Cuesta College website.