Western Bluebird

Bird Walks

Many birds make their homes in Edgewood Park, such as the Red-shouldered Hawk and the Western Bluebird.  During the fall and winter, other birds may just be passing through on their migration to somewhere else. All are a joy to watch and hear.

Join a knowledgeable Audubon docent for an early morning bird walk. Hike through oak woodlands and natural meadows. Look and listen for California Thrasher, Wrentit, Oak Titmouse, Red-shouldered Hawk, Western Bluebirds, and many more. In addition to spotting birds, find out about their habits, preferences, and how they live. This 3- to 4-mile hike traverses gentle hills and lasts 3 hours. Heavy rain cancels.

See our calendar or events page for specific dates and where to meet.


8:00 am on the second Sunday of most months.  Check our calendar.

Where to meet

Walks start from the Bill and Jean Lane Education Center, or from the Clarkia Trailhead on Canada Road.  Check our calendar or events page for this month’s meeting location.

What to bring

Bring water, a hat, sturdy shoes, sunscreen, and a snack if you wish. We don’t stop for lunch, but picnic tables are usually available after the walks in the picnic area.

Red-shouldered hawk on nest
Red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus)
© George Raiche 2003, www.Digibird.com

Western bluebird on log


No reservations are needed unless you have a group of 10 or more. For group reservations, please email events@friendsofedgewood.org.

Find more San Mateo County birding events through Sequoia Audubon Society.