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New Bird Watching Partnership!

How much do you know about birds? Have you ever stopped to notice the many beautiful bird species we have right here in our own backyard? There are thousands of different birds, both resident and migratory, that frequent the California coast, and you can learn all about them during an Ocean Connectors Eco Tour.

Join us this Sunday to celebrate Mother’s Day by treating your mom to a bird watching Eco Tour with Ocean Connectors! Eco Tours get you, your family, and friends outdoors on a fun wildlife-viewing adventure along San Diego Bay. Our sea turtle kayaking and whale watching tours have been a huge hit since we started our Eco Tour program last year, and we are now presenting bird watching Eco Tours in partnership with Brant, a nature tour group dedicated to providing responsible ecotourism by ensuring that both people and wildlife can mutually benefit from world-class tours. Ocean Connectors bird watching Eco Tours give you access to expert birders who will help you spot and identify the many beautiful bird species found locally. All equipment is included!

Tickets are just $17.00 per adult and $15.00 per child, and best of all, a portion of each ticket supports our nonprofit environmental education programs for underserved youth. Book your spot today at oceanconnectors.org or RSVP on our Facebook page.

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