Photo: Sharp-shinned Hawk, at Kenneth Hahn SRA (Photo by Don Sterba)
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area
3rd Saturday of the month
(Except for July and August)
4100 S. La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles 90056
As of Jan. 16th, 2017 — TEMPORARY CHANGE OF MEETING LOCATION FOR KENNETH HAHN PARK BIRD WALK. Meet at the lake parking lot. Take the first left past the pay station.
Leader: Eric and Ann Brooks, Eleanor Osgood This trip covers landscaped parkland, a man-made lake and natural coastal scrub habitats within the Baldwin Hills.
This trip covers landscaped parkland, a man-made lake and natural coastal scrub habitats within the Baldwin Hills. We are likely to see many of the resident birds such as Black and Say’s Phoebes, Cassin Kingbirds, California and Spotted Towhee, Red-tailed Hawk, Cooper’s Hawk. We will also look for newly arrived migrants such as Bullock’s and Hooded Orioles, Western Kingbird, Warbling and Hutton’s vireos. Resident birds have begun to nest providing a whole new way of watching birds.
Directions: The park entrance is off of La Cienega Blvd. between Rodeo Rd. and Stocker St. After passing the entrance kiosk ($6.00 parking fee) turn left (leading to the “Olympic Forest”) and park in the first available spaces. | Binoculars provided.
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