June 1 at 8 AM led by board members and birders Jeannie Siegler and Pat Sweeney. Meet at the Ninemile Ranger Station for a half day of bird watching in the Ninemile and Sixmile Valleys. We normally find close to 50 species of birds on this trip as we have access to some excellent habitat. Want to learn more about our area and what birds you may find here? Then plan on joining us for this safari of mostly driving to good spots and listening and observing. There’s a minimum of walking so all abilities can enjoy this outing. No previous birding experience is needed and everyone is welcome. Dress appropriately for the weather and bring some snacks and water. If you have them, bring binoculars and a bird book, but they aren’t necessary and we’ll have some spare binoculars if you need them.