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Get ready for the new Birding Guide to the Greater Pasadena Area
We're thrilled to announce we surpassed our funding goal for the Guide, with $22,275. Thanks so much to all of our sponsors who have made possible this exciting project!! We can’t to wait to share the Birding Guide of the Greater Pasadena Area with all of our members and friends as well as schools, libraries and nature centers in the area. Look for information on the book release party later in the year!
The Birding Guide to the Greater Pasadena Area is a beautiful and authoritative reference to the best birding spots in the region. It's certain to be an essential resource for birders of all abilities for year to come. Learn all about it!
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We have fabulous local, native birds, such as the California Towhee, California Quail and California Thrasher. You can find these birds...
Pasadena and Los Angeles county have a lot of great places to go birding. There are online birding resources which can link you up...
When you’re out birding, you may come across an animal that appears injured or orphaned and want to offer assistance. The first step is...