We support Cache Creek preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the watershed.
The Great Backyard Bird Count is a world-wide bird count effort by Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society. The weekend of Friday, February 15, through Monday, February 18, citizens all over the globe, beginners to experts, will be out counting and submitting their list of birds they see to birdcount.org
The Cache Creek Conservancy will be joining in on the count!
February 16, 2019
Cache Creek Nature Preserve
8 AM - 11 AM (Please arrive at 8 AM to check in. Late arrivals may have difficulty finding the group.)
Each year the Cache Creek Conservancy hosts a bird count at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve to contribute to this world-wide data collection. This year, the count will be led by biologists, Brent Campos and Corey Shake, from Point Blue Conservation Science. Both Campos and Shake have backgrounds in avian conservation and ecology and enjoy the hobby of bird watching. They are excited to share their knowledge with the group!
For more information on the Great Backyard Bird Count visit https://www.audubon.org/conservation/about-great-backyard-bird-count
Are you interested in being a sponsor of this event? Please contact the Cache Creek Conservancy at (530)-661-1070.
Volunteers planted native grasses and flowering plants in areas along the creek at the Park. This was a great opportunity for volunteers to learn about native plants, meet new friends, and enjoy the park, which has wildlife, views and is a peaceful place to visit.
Wednesday, October 24th, gates open at 5:30 pm, moon walk starts at 6:30 pm
The Cache Creek Conservancy is pleased to present a Fall Moon Walk of the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Corey Shake, a PointBlue biologist will be guiding us by the light of the moon discussing the Preserves diverse habitat.