Connecting People with Birds
The Mt. Diablo Audubon Society is committed to protecting birds and preserving their habitat, and to connecting people of all ages to the fascinating world of birds, with monthly meetings, field trips, classes, and conservation and advocacy programs. The chapter serves the San Francisco Bay Area’s central and eastern Contra Costa County, a bountiful birding territory in which roughly 350 species have been spotted – 150 of them nesting. We welcome everyone interested in any degree of participation, and at all levels of experience.
Spotlight: Birding Trips
Mt. Diablo Audubon offers over 45 field trips annually for birders of all levels. In a recent year, birders helped to identify 260 species, like this Western Tanager seen enjoying a snack on Bethel Island. From an overnight stay in Mt. Lassen to an easygoing amble around Contra Loma Reservoir, chances are we have a trip that’s right for you.