Event Type: Birding Event
Open to Non-members: Yes
Members Price: $0
Non-members Price: $0
Start Time: 03/18/2023 07:30 AM
End Time: 03/18/2023 09:30 AM
Location: Craig Ranch Regional Park
628 W Craig Rd
North Las Vegas NV, 89032
Where: Craig Ranch Park
628 W. Craig Road, North Las Vegas, NV
Meet at the east Parking Lot on N. Commerce Street, just north of W. Craig Rd. Use these coordinates into your navigation app (36.2433760, -115.1452532) or link to map
** Note ** Due to public events frequently held at this park, the parking/meeting location may have to be moved to another parking area. If we need to move the location, an email will be sent to all registrants in the week prior to the birding event.
Time: 7:30am - 9:30am
Registration: All participants must be registered.
Join Red Rock Audubon for our monthly birding event at Craig Ranch Park. It is the site of the former Craig Ranch Golf Course, which was saved from development by the City of North Las Vegas. The 170 acre park includes three ponds, numerous mature trees and some undeveloped areas. The park is a great birding location for beginners. There are a variety of native and migrating birds to be seen and they are frequently easy to spot. See if you can spot the resident cockatiel!
Scopes may be provided for shared use, based on availability. A light pointer will be used as needed to show the approximate location of the birds. This event consists of walking around the park, most of which is on paved pathways however, a portion will be in the natural area on dirt paths. We will walk approximately 2 miles in approximately 2 hours.
As always, when birding in our arid climate please remember to bring enough water, protection from the sun, and snacks as needed for yourself. Don’t forget your binoculars, camera, spare battery and any other birding accessories you may have. SHOES: your shoes may get wet due to large sprinklers and there is duck/goose poop along the paths so choose accordingly.
Curious what you might see? Craig Ranch Park is visited by birders regularly. Check out recent sightings on ebird: here
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