Kern Audubon Society

 

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2018 is the Year of the Bird!
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Kern Audubon booth at Kern County fair's Senior Day, 9/21/18
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Summer Tanager
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Lincoln's Sparrow at Panorama Vista Preserve by Jacob Abel
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Kern Audubon booth at Kern County fair's Senior Day, 9/21/18
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Great Horned Owl adult and fledglings at Tehachapi Nature Park by Mike Iseman
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Field trip to Bakersfield sewage ponds on 3/13/18
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Eurasian eagle-owl from Fresno Zoo, Meeting on 9/4/18
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California Condor at Bitter Creek NWR by Ron Worgul, 6/19/18
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2018 Annual Picnic at Yokuts Park, 6/5/18
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Great Horned Owlets in a nest box
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American Kestrel by Mickey Dyke, Truxtun Lake 2/20/18
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Burrowing Owls by Mickey Dyke, Bakersfield sewage ponds 3/13/18
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Birders aid a stuck SUV during a field trip to KRP, 8/4/18
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White-crowned Sparrow at Panorama Vista Preserve by Jacob Abel
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Steve Shaw and his falcon at the 2018 Annual Picnic, 6/5/18
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At Shafter Youth Center giving a program on birds, 8/1/18
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Jo Heindal at Owens Lake Bird Festival, 4/28/18
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Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler at Cesar Chavez NM by Jacob Abel, 2/10/18
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California Condor at Bitter Creek NWR by Ron Worgul, 6/19/18
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Hart Park field trip, 9/19/18
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Field trip to Golden Hills Nature Park, Tehachapi 4/28/18
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American Avocets at Owens Lake Bird Festival, 4/28/18

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About Kern Audubon

Founded in Bakersfield, CA in 1973 and incorporated in 1979, Kern Audubon Society is a thriving environmental organization in Kern County. The chapter continually plans a number of exciting, fun, and educational projects for the community. There are regular program meetings and field trips to both common and unique habitats in California. Join us at a meeting or a field trip!