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Saturday, September 14 • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Field trip: Asolimar Forest — "Obscure Field Guides" with Hannah Hinchman FULL

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Join Hannah Hinchman, one of the most experienced nature journalers today, to explore your own "Collections," of which you are the curator and the only person who is the expert in this odd field. Local naturalist extraordinaire David Wimpheimer will help guide the group's discoveries. The Asolimar pine and oak forest form an important habitat for nesting and migratory birds. The former includes Western Bluebird, Pygmy Nuthatch, chickadees, towhees, wrens, sparrows, Acorn and Hairy Woodpecker. The resident species are joined by migratory birds such as Townsend's Warbler, Pacific Slope Flycatcher Western Wood Pewee and others.

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David Wimpfheimer

The California Naturalist
David Wimpheimer is a naturalist and a biologist with a passion for the birds and natural history of the West. During his twenty years of expeditions, he has led numerous local classes for the Point Reyes Field Institute, Marin Agricultural Land Trust and the California Academy of... Read More →
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Hannah Hinchman

Moab Gear Trader
Hannah Hinchman is a freelance artist, writer, and calligrapher who has been keeping journals for more than 35 years. Her work has been published in numerous magazines and she is the author of three books: A Life in Hand: Creating the Illuminated Journal, A Trail Through Leaves: the... Read More →