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The Current Status of the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area for 2021
Please join the Yolo Audubon Society for the monthly virtual Members’ Meeting when Joe Hobbs, Manager of Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, will give a talk on the current status of the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area (YBWA) for 2021. We, here in Yolo County, are very lucky to have the 17,000-acre YBWA available for bird watching, hunting, fishing, K-12 education programs, walking/hiking and just plain ‘ole enjoyment of nature. Nestled between Davis and Sacramento within the Yolo Bypass, the YBWA is a fantastic mixture of wetlands and upland and home to various species of animals (fauna) and plants (flora). In addition to animals that raise their young here, it is an important feature in the Pacific Flyway serving as a waypoint for numerous bird species migrating from the Arctic and Canada to points further south, as well as those species that spend the winter here.

Apr 21, 2021 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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