Phalarope interpretive walk

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July 30 @ 9:00 am 11:00 am

Join phalarope researchers Ryan Carle and Kiki Tarr for an educational walk along the shore of South Tufa to learn phalarope identification and about conservation efforts at Mono Lake and globally. This two-hour walk is less than half a mile, appropriate for all age groups, and free. Bring binoculars (if you have them), sun protection, and water. Meet at the South Tufa Overflow lot, located about 1/2 mile West of South Tufa off Test Station Road.

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Hundreds of small birds line the shoreline with tufa scattered all around, the water reflects blue.
A flock of phalaropes along the south shore of Mono Lake. Photo by Andrew Youssef.

Details

Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022, 9:00–11:00am

Location: South Tufa Overflow lot, located about 1/2 mile West of South Tufa off Test Station Road.

Price: Free and open to the public

More information: Contact Kiki at (760) 707-8158.

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Top photo by Bartshe Miller.