Sierra Valley Birder's Guidebook features 20 paintings by wildlife artist Harry Reeves
FRLT and Plumas Audubon Society have teamed up to create the Sierra Valley Birder's Guidebook. The full-color, pocket sized booklet includes:
Sierra Valley and why it's important to conserve it
Paintings of 20 birds you're likely to see at FRLT's Maddalena Property
Special Status Bird Species found in Sierra Valley
Sierra Valley birding checklist - includes 230+ species
Map and directions to birding hotspots
A perfect tool for enjoying Sierra Valley, recognized by Audubon as a nationally Important Bird Area. Great gifts for novice and advanced birders alike.
Drop by our office at 75 Court Street in Quincy to pick up your copies. Or, if you'd like us to mail you some, please call us at (530) 283-5758 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suggested donation: $5 per guidebook.
Please make checks out to FRLT and write "Birder Guidebook" in the memo.
Or donate online and write "Birder Guidebook in the special instructions."
A big thanks to volunteer extraordinaire Bob Battagin and our financial sponsors: PG&E Charitable Contributions, Mt. Diablo Audubon, Ohlone Audubon, Sacramento Audubon, Ceci Reynolds, and Aggie & Bill Keese.
With your help, the Feather River Land Trust is working to conserve the most
strategically important lands in the Feather River region, and to steward their
ecological and cultural values for current and future generations.
Make your tax-deductible gift today, and protect the places that make the Feather River region special!