Pelagic Trip to Cordell Bank

with guides Alan Hopkins, Steve Howell and David Wimpfheimer
aboard the New Sea Angler with Captain Rick Powers

Join us for our fall fundraiser, Sunday, September 17 from 7 am - 4 pm
out of Bodega Bay's Port, just an hour north of Point Reyes Station.

$165 Members     |     $185 Non-Members
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$200 includes one boat ticket + one household membership for one year + 2-cd Birding By Ear set

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Planning and preparing for your Pelagic Adventure

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Bodega Bay is perhaps the single most productive birding area in Sonoma County. It is recognized nationwide and internationally as an important birding spot. Located along Pacific Coast migration routes, it is an excellent place to see migrants in spring and fall, but it offers excellent birding throughout the year. 

Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary is an extremely productive marine area off the west coast of United States in northern California, just north of the Gulf of the Farallones and is great for pelagic birdwatching and marine mammal sightings. With its southern-most boundary located 42 miles north of San Francisco, the sanctuary is entirely offshore, with the eastern boundary six miles from shore and the western boundary 30 miles offshore. In total, the sanctuary protects an area of 1286 square miles.

A Handbook for Responsible Wildlife Watching