Landbird Response to the Woodward Fire – Members Hike

Landbird Response to the Woodward Fire – Members Hike

Sat, May 25
Join us for a beautiful hike on Sky Trail to learn about the response of breeding birds to the 2020 Woodward Fire!

Join Point Reyes National Seashore Association and Point Blue Conservation Science for a beautiful members hike to learn about the response of breeding birds to the Woodward Fire. In the heart of Point Reyes, hikers will learn about Point Blue’s work to monitor birds in the areas that burned in 2020 and the adjacent areas that did not. This work was made possible thanks to you!

This moderate 4- to 5-mile hike, entirely along the Sky Trail ridgeline, will take you into the burn zone and some of Point Blue’s study sites during peak breeding season. Expect to encounter a lot of bird activity and song, as both the burned and unburned areas host a wealth of birds!

This event is free and open to members. Not a member? Become one today for as little as $5 a month! Become a member and support our park!

Please email Heather Clapp at with any questions regarding the event!

What to Bring:

  • Food and water bottle/water
  • Hiking shoes
  • Sun protection
  • Binoculars (optional)

COVID-19 Guidelines

Please respect the following COVID-19 procedures:

  • Perform a health self-check before coming to class using the CDC Symptoms of Coronavirus as a guide
  • Do not attend class if you are experiencing COVID symptoms, know that you have had a close exposure, or are suffering from any flu-like or respiratory illness
  • Contact PRNSA if you will not be able to attend due to COVID.
  • Participants exhibiting signs of respiratory illness may be asked to leave class
  • Masks are optional at your discretion

All guidelines are subject to change pursuant to State or County Health order updates.

Thank you for your cooperation in following these guidelines to help keep everyone safe.