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please feel free to comment on your recent adventure.  Hopefully, it will help other visitors as they prepare to visit our little corner of the world.

Subject Birding for novices

Date Mon Sep 26 2016 09:36
Author Pat V
Madera Canyon was the third leg of our three week adventure to SEAZ. That always makes it hard on the guide to find lifers but Melody did not disappoint. Sixty-six species and over twenty lifers. She drove which is the way to go. She would listen for calls or songs and then spot the bird with her binos and use her laser pointer if we needed help. She prepared a great lunch and then sent us a list of the birds seen. She also provided us with a pamphlet listing the Madera Birds and seasonality. She met all our needs and surpassed them. She is also well versed on the flora and fauna of the area Thank you Melody. We will see you again.

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