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Collage reading "Gateway to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park" and Sequoia Wooden Indian Sculpture as seen near park entrance

In the Heart of California's San Joaquin Valley

Collage of San Joaquin Valley panorama, Yokohl Valley and Acorn Woodpecker


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downy woodpecker, hairy woodpecker, nuttall's woodpecker, and red-naped sapsucker hybrid collage
Photos by Tony Kurz and Gary Lindquist

The mission of Tulare County Audubon is to  conserve, protect and to educate the public about the outdoors.  We emphasize the education and conservation of birds, and encourage the protection of all our natural resources and the environment.

Use the hyperlinks to navigate between pages.  This website includes information about How to Join, Meeting Information, a Calendar, Tulare Tappings, Links, Contact Us, Where to Go Birding, Files, and a Maps Page.  For people interested in a birding site, please go to tularekingsbirds. Then click on "Join this Group." Yahoo! Groups will then ask you to create an account. The tularekingsbirds has a moderator that sends reports to member email boxes of where birds are reporting live. TulareKingsBirds also has a photo gallery, an archive of rare bird sitings, and a section of files.

 
 



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