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Our ambassador pigeon, Aang enjoying some time out in the sunshine ⛅ ... See MoreSee Less

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Karen M Barbe“i bet i sound louder than that when *i* fly...”

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Gorica StuparI swear I think pigeons will develop webbed feet in future ...considering how much they love bathing and soaking in the water

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Enjoy this video of a Snowy Egret enjoying some smelt!

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Barbara StrongIt's interesting that, no matter how he picks up the fish, he uses his tongue to turn it around so he always swallows it head first.

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Laura Nickersonthat is so great! I am so happy the egret is doing so well

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Spruce UP Saturday will be taking care of trees! Tree Planting and Garden volunteers are invited to join us as we add new Red Buds and replace a couple of Oaks that sadly did not survive the very wet winter and blazing summer. Thanks to Sacramento Tree Foundation and SMUD for their ongoing support in helping volunteers transform the old radar dome site. If you can join us be on site at 10:30a with boots or work shoes, gloves and a shovel or rake. We are also pulling the covers up for the winter by covering all the tree root bases with a thick blanket of mulch, provided by our friends at Bailey Tree Co. They are a cut above! Many hands make small work, so we hope to be done in about two hours. Plant Lady Marlene Simon will be taking care of the garden and planting new native varieties as part of Spruce UP, this Saturday the 16th. Remember the fun we had planting this urban forest in 2015? Come see how your forest grows!
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Spruce UP Saturday will be taking care of trees! Tree Planting and Garden volunteers are invited to join us as we add new Red Buds and replace a couple of Oaks that sadly did not survive the very wet winter and blazing summer. Thanks to Sacramento Tree Foundation and SMUD for their ongoing support in helping volunteers transform the old radar dome site. If you can join us be on site at 10:30a with boots or work shoes, gloves and a shovel or rake. We are also pulling the covers up for the winter by covering all the tree root bases with a thick blanket of mulch, provided by our friends at Bailey Tree Co. They are a cut above! Many hands make small work, so we hope to be done in about two hours. Plant Lady Marlene Simon will be taking care of the garden and planting new native varieties as part of Spruce UP, this Saturday the 16th. Remember the fun we had planting this urban forest in 2015? Come see how your forest grows!

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