Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District(圣拉斐尔)

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
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4.5
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Peggy
加利福尼亚圣拉斐尔6 条分享
Beautiful Birds
2019年8月
There is a well kept, flat trail for walking or biking. Several ponds with many types of birds. Always many bird watchers here.
撰写日期:2019年8月6日
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Stella S
5 条分享
A Paradise for Bird-watchers.
2018年6月 • 夫妻情侣
Once you get past the sewage processing-plant, a whole other world of nature opens up. A series of large ponds is home to a great variety of wildlife, especially birds - some resident, some passing through: Grackles, various Herons, Egrets, Swans, Cinnamon Teal & other ducks, Canadian geese, and so many more water-birds. Don't forget your binoculars & birding-books!
撰写日期:2018年8月28日
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timds415
加利福尼亚旧金山6 条分享
Great for Birding
2018年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Birds love these pools all times of year. Swans, White pelicans, cormorants, ducks, egrets herons and on and on.
撰写日期:2018年8月8日
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JudyBlueEgg
加利福尼亚圣拉斐尔6 条分享
Bird watching excellence
2017年9月 • 独自旅游
These ponds by the Sanitary agency are loaded with birds throughout the year. We have also seen otters, snakes, and even the elusive salt marsh harvest mouse in the nearby marsh area. Great for an extended walk -- a trail over the outer levees leads to Hamilton.
撰写日期:2017年10月2日
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Lindathesilkpainter
加利福尼亚圣拉斐尔54 条分享
Trails Less Well Known, Marin County
2017年3月
Off of Smith Ranch Road to the East is a sanitary processing plant AND some wonderful level walking trails by the processing ponds. Depending on the time of year migratory birds are in the various ponds and there is a plethora of bird watching, a few turtles and some year around resident birds as well. There are a couple of picnic tables at the beginning of the walk. If you walk all around the ponds and cross over to other walking trails you could do from 11/2 miles to possibly 3-4 miles with no elevation. Be sure and bring binoculars as there are always bird populations in and around the ponds.
撰写日期:2017年8月8日
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highstandards594
加利福尼亚Novato27 条分享
Birds or otters?
2017年4月 • 好友
There are several ponds of treated water that are inhabited by a variety of water-birds and otters. Also predators like hawks, harriers. The number of otters has increased in the last few years and this has had the effect of reducing the water-bird population. There are several swans that regularly produce offspring.
撰写日期:2017年5月13日
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Zin3
San Anselmo285 条分享
Great birding and walks
2016年12月 • 好友
My wife and I love visiting the sewer district pond to walk and bird. Since she can't walk as far as I wish to, she can plop down on a bench to view the wildlife while I take an extended walk. The birding here is exceptional. We'll take our grandchildren here during Christmas break.
撰写日期:2016年12月7日
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timtm62
加利福尼亚圣拉斐尔68 条分享
sewage treatment ponds or bird heaven?
2016年11月
Many birders and walkers are aware of this place. At first glance it does not look like much. Warning signs about the danger of wastewater. However, birds love these sewage ponds. See waders, ducks, white pelicans, swans, raptors of all kinds, river otters, marsh birds, on and on...
撰写日期:2016年11月2日
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Judith D
加利福尼亚伯克利574 条分享
Do It All Here--Walk, Bike, Watch Birds
2015年8月 • 好友
Yes, it is a water treatment plant, and a certain aroma occasionally wafts through the air. I, along with many others, have been coming here for years to watch birds, and I don't even live in Marin County. LGVSD's huge reclamation area includes three ponds that support a wide range of birds. The first pond has three islands that provide nesting sites. The broad, flat trails around the ponds connect with the Bay Trail, and you can walk east and look out over San Pablo Bay. Cyclists and walkers can take off and go as far as their legs can carry them. It's a terrific spot year-round. Just ten days ago, my friends and I saw a coyote in the field north of the ponds. Easy access east of Highway 101 from the Lucas Valley Road/Smith Ranch Road exit.
撰写日期:2015年9月4日
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