MBBF 2018

Field Trips Descriptions


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

101 BIG SUR RIVERMOUTH and CALIFORNIA CONDORS

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.

TRIP FEE: $10 to Cover Park Entrance

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

This trip takes you birding in one of the world’s most spectacular locations – Big Sur!  Field trip leaders will take you to Andrew Molera State Park, a premier vagrant traps on the West Coast.  Afterward, we’ll spend time looking for condors in likely spots along Highway 1.  Participants should bring plenty of water to drink, lunch, and sunscreen for this all-day trip.

Transportation: Carpooling is recommended, as is a full tank of gas.  Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6 a.m. Andrew Molera State Park is approximately 50 miles from Watsonville. Those not traveling in the caravan may meet at 7:15 a.m. at the Ventana Discovery Center/Andrew Molera State Park. CALL the festival to alert the leader if you plan to meet at the park entrance: 888-909-7829

Activity: Moderate

 

102 CALIFORNIA SPECIALTIES

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 6:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

This trip focuses on seeing birds unique to California and the Western United States, such as Yellow-billed Magpie, California Thrasher, Wrentit, Nuttall’s Woodpecker, Snowy Plover, California Towhee, Lawrence’s Goldfinch, Clark’s Grebe, White-tailed Kite, and many more. Ranging from Pacific beaches to the Salinas Valley and beyond, this fast-paced trip will help maximize your list of western birds. Perfect for the out-of-state birder, but fun for anyone.  Participants should bring lunch, plenty of water to drink, and sunscreen for this all-day trip.  NOTE: Some locations featured in other trips may be visited on this outing.

Transportation: Car caravan from Watsonville Civic Plaza leaves at 6:30 a.m. Carpooling recommended.  Please have a full tank of gas.

Activity: Moderate

 

103 VAGRANTS AND MORE ON THE CARMEL RIVER SOUTH BANK TRAIL

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 6:30 a.m. – noon

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

September and fall migration is the time to head to riparian corridors to search for vagrants and rarities not found in the area at any other time of the year. This Carmel Valley hotspot opened to the public in 2011 and has already collected rarities such as: Blue-winged and Blackpoll plus 8 other Warbler species, Eastern Kingbird, and Red-eyed Vireo. The trail, is a 3-mile round trip that is flat and mostly paved and meanders through multiple habitat types along the Carmel River.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

 

104 LLAGAS CREEK

Dates/Time: Friday, 9/28/18, 6:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Trip Leader: TBA

 

Explore the upper reaches of the Pajaro River watershed on this rare opportunity to bird in a restricted access area.  We’ll explore Llagas Creek, a tributary of the Pajaro River.  A restored native plant corridor borders this creek, which is managed by the Santa Clara County Water District.  Paralleling the City of Gilroy’s wastewater treatment plant, it consistently offers surprises in any season.  Depending on water conditions, San Felipe Reservoir will be included.  Participants should pack a lunch, hat, sunscreen, and plenty of water for this trip.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m. Please carpool as parking is limited.

Activity: Moderate

 

105 BIRDING PAJARO DUNES & RIVERMOUTH

Dates/Time: Friday, 9/28/18, 7-11:30 a.m.

Leaders: TBA

         

Shorebirds, songbirds, and waterfowl are all likely as we visit the varied habitats of Pajaro Dunes. Pajaro means “bird”, and is the perfect name for one of the best places to look for rarities and migrants. Snowy Plovers nest on the dunes themselves, and the Pajaro River Mouth has long been a premier location for shorebirds, gulls and terns. Stands of Monterey Cypress and willow patches provide habitat for a variety of passerines. This trip highlights some of the richest birding areas of the entire Pajaro Valley.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7:00 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

106 UCSC ARBORETUM OBSERVATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS    

Date/Time: Friday, 9/28/18, 7-11 a.m.

Trip fee: $5

Trip leader: TBA

The UCSC Arboretum, overlooking the north end of Monterey Bay, has an internationally famous array of “Mediterranean,” Australian and South African trees and shrubs. This trip will explore an extraordinary 60-acre habitat. While September is a quiet time for songbirds, some 50 species of them are likely to be in the gardens. We will focus on building a long bird list and honing some of the observational and interpretive skills that lead naturalists into keen perceptions of other creatures’ lives.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7 a.m. to meet the leader at 8 a.m. at the Arboretum entrance.

Activity: Easy

107 WATSONVILLE SLOUGHS

Date/Time: Friday, 9/28/18, 7-11 a.m.

Trip Leaders:  TBA

This trip will start at the south part of Lee Road, overlooking the west end of Struve Slough. If there is morning sun, the light is nearly perfect to look over the slough. The area is good for viewing both land and water birds. From Lee Road Overlook we may go to Harkins Slough, or various locations overlooking Struve Slough, depending on water levels and recent sightings. The entire Watsonville Slough system is excellent for birding, and its preservation and access trails are the result of grassroots conservation efforts and a responsive City Council.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

108 HATTON CANYON HOT SPOT    

Dates/Time: Friday, 9/28/18, 7:30-11:30 a.m.; Carmel Lagoon optional afternoon activity

Trip Leader: TBA

This may be a half day trip or extended into a full day to include Carmel River Lagoon after lunch. Hatton Canyon and the Carmel Mission trail involve a leisurely birding walk on flat trails through riparian and tall pines woodlands. This is a heavily forested area with a large number of bird species. Expected are migrating songbirds and hummingbirds, several varieties of woodpeckers, woodland raptors, nonmigratory birds, and other feathered friends. Regularly seen in Hatton Canyon are: Anna’s Hummingbirds; Red-shouldered and Cooper’s Hawks; Band-tailed Pigeons; Nuttall’s, Acorn, and Downy Woodpeckers; California and Spotted Towhees; California Scrub and Steller’s Jays; Blue-gray Gnatcatchers; and the sparrows and songbirds, migratory and nonmigratory, who inhabit our forest.  Note: Wear a hat and sunscreen, and bring water. Lunch is on your own in Carmel or bring a lunch if continuing on to Carmel River Lagoon.

Transportation: Car caravan meets at Civic Plaza at 7:30 a.m. Please divide into those folks only doing the morning trip and those planning to stay on for the afternoon trip.

Activity: Easy

 

109 PINTO LAKE – AN AREA FAVORITE

Dates/Times:  Friday, 9/28/18, 7:30-11:30 a.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

Pinto Lake area is home to the Red-shouldered and Red-tailed Hawk, White-tailed Kite, California Thrasher, woodpeckers, waders, ducks, and songbirds. We’ll wander the trails of Pinto Lake County Park searching for these and other birds. This trip is recommended for both beginners and experienced birders as something unusual nearly always shows up.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

 

110 BEGINNING BIRDING – Morning

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

Unsure about how to find birds in your binoculars? Don’t know a Great Blue Heron from a Mourning Dove? Or, are you just looking for some tips about how to improve your identification skills? Come join us for an introductory bird walk emphasizing the ABCs of identifying and observing birds in the wild.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 8 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

111 WINE AND FLOWERS FOR THE BIRDS

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 11 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Trip Fee: $23 to cover wine tasting and light lunch

Trip Leader:  TBA

Drive a short distance to the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains for a private sampling of five fine wines at one of the area’s newest wineries. Named for a Peregrine, Anatum Winery will host a wine tasting and offer a light lunch to include local artisanal cheeses. Relax on the patio overlooking the vineyard and meet a falconer and his trained falcon. Continue on to Sierra Azul Nursery and Sculpture Gardens where you’ll enjoy landscaped gardens suitable for attracting birds to your own garden and drought resistant plants for California’s Mediterranean climate. Enjoy a guided tour of the nursery highlighting bird friendly plants.

Anatum Winery will offer tour participants a 20% discount off purchased bottles.

Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 11 a.m.

Activity: Easy

112 BEGINNING BIRDING – Afternoon

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

Unsure about how to find birds in your binoculars? Don’t know a Great Blue Heron from a Mourning Dove? Or, are you just looking for some tips about how to improve your identification skills? Come join us for an introductory bird walk emphasizing the ABCs of identifying and observing birds in the wild.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 1 p.m.

Activity: Moderate

113 OWLS OF ROBINSON CANYON

Date/Time:  Friday, 9/28/18, 8:30 p.m. – Midnight (or whenever the evening program concludes) to after midnight).

Trip Leader:  Steve Rovell

 

These trips always sell out! Robinson Canyon is one of California’s most productive owling sites. Western Screech, Great Horned, Barn, and Northern Saw-whet owls are all likely. Northern Pygmy and the endangered Spotted Owl are possibilities. These field trips, limited to 8, are a must if you’re looking for owls. Bring a flashlight and dress warmly.  Please be aware that most owls will only be heard, and not seen. 

NOTE: Birding location is approximately 40 miles and a 50 minute drive from the Civic Center Plaza.

Transportation: Car caravan meets at Watsonville Civic Plaza at 8:30 p.m. or after conclusion of evening program. Meet the leader in the lobby outside of the evening presentation.

Activity: Limited

Maximum number of participants: 8



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29


121. BIG SUR RIVERMOUTH  and CALIFORNIA CONDORS

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

TRIP FEE: $10

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 101.

 

122. CALIFORNIA SPECIALTIES

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-4 p.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 102.

123. VAGRANTS AND MORE ON THE CARMEL RIVER SOUTH BANK TRAIL

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-Noon

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 103.

124. ELKHORN SLOUGH & MOSS LANDING COASTAL BIRDING

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-noon

Trip leader: TBA

This half-day trip will find us scouring locations such as the mudflats of Moss Landing, visiting the famous Moon Glow Dairy, or checking the freshwater pond of Zmudowski State Beach for the many migrating and wintering shorebirds, gulls, and waterfowl of the region. Peregrine Falcons and Merlin are often attracted to the large flocks of shorebirds, and California sea otters are usually in the area. Come see why Elkhorn Slough has long been a target destination for birders from around the world. Exact itinerary will be determined based on local conditions. Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

125. POINT PIÑOS AND THE MONTEREY PENINSULA

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-noon

Trip leader: TBA

Another spectacular destination, including outstanding vagrant traps, rocky shorelines and coastal seabirding. Point Piños is one of the best locations on the west coast for scoping sea birds from land, and there are often Black Oystercatchers, Black & Ruddy Turnstones and Surfbirds feeding along the rocky shore. Migrant landbirds, gulls, and California sea otters are certain to be seen as well. Pacific Grove and the Monterey Peninsula present various options for additional stops and feature pine forest birding in addition to the rocky shoreline. For those wishing to spend the afternoon at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, this is very convenient trip.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

126. RANCHO DEL OSO AND THE NORTH COAST

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-noon

Trip leader: TBA

Located at the border of Santa Cruz & San Mateo County, Rancho Del Oso provides a wealth of birding habitat; sandy beaches, the open ocean, the riparian corridor of Waddell Creek, and serves as the coastal gateway to the redwoods of Big Basin State Park.  Possible birds include Marbled Murrelet, Snowy Plover, Townsend’s Warbler, Wrentit, Pygmy Nuthatch and a wide selection of migrants and wintering passerines. If time permits, we may stop at various coastal destinations during the return trip back to Watsonville. Transportation: Located about 30 miles north of Watsonville. Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

 

127. NATURAL BRIDGES AND WEST CLIFF DRIVE

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 6:30-noon

Trip leader: TBA

Another fine destination for migrating songbirds and coastal access.  Famous for spectacular gatherings of monarch butterflies, Natural Bridges is also a great birding destination. After our exploration of the park interior and observing birds like California Thrasher, Pygmy Nuthatch and looking for migrants, we’ll scan the adjacent rocky shores and open ocean for birds like Black Oystercatchers and perhaps a Surfbird or two, and look for loons, murrelets, Clark & Western Grebes, and perhaps a few Sooty Shearwaters and marauding Parasitic Jaegers. Time permitting, we might visit other local hotspots like Antonelli’s Pond or Bethany Curve Park.

Transportation: Located about 15 miles north of Watsonville. Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

128. BIRDING PAJARO DUNES & RIVERMOUTH

Dates/Time: Saturday, 9/29/18, 7-11:30 a.m.

Leaders: TBA

         

See description above for trip 105.

129. WATSONVILLE SLOUGHS

Date/Time: Saturday, 9/29/18, 7-11 a.m.

Trip Leaders:  TBA

See description above for trip 107.

 

130. SALINAS RIVER MOUTH

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 7-noon

Trip Leader:  TBA

The mouth of the Salinas River offers an excellent opportunity to find a vagrant shorebird, observe several species of terns, study Snowy Plovers, catch a Northern Harrier or a Peregrine Falcon on the wing, or just enjoy a walk to the Pacific Ocean. Fall is the premier time of the year to visit this locale. Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7 a.m.

Activity: Moderate. Walk 2 miles on a sandy path.

131. ELKHORN RANCH BIRDING (SPECIAL ACCESS TRIP)

Date/Time: Saturday, 9/29/18, 7:00-11:00 a.m.

Trip Leader: Hugo Ceja

This is a rare opportunity to bird on the historic Elkhorn Ranch private property in Moss Landing. Elkhorn Native Plant Nursery, located on the property and open to the public on Fridays, originally produced California native grass seed for the ranchland’s restoration. The nursery now produces seed for restoration projects throughout the area. You’ll be able to go beyond the nursery on this trip to walk the low hills. Birding is superb here, since there is a freshwater pond, as well as grassy hillsides, oaks, willows, conifers, and a stunning overview of Elkhorn Slough. Bring water, sunscreen, and a hat. Take precautions for ticks.

Transportation: Car caravan departing Watsonville Civic Plaza at 7:00 a.m.  Carpooling is essential since parking is limited.

Activity:  Moderate.

132. MAGPIES AND RAPTORS OF SAN BENITO COUNTY BACKROADS

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 7:30 a.m.-noon

Leader: TBA

Wander the back roads of San Benito County in a drive-stop-drive trip that’s especially good for less mobile birders. There should be an excellent array of raptors and residents such as Rock Wren, Oak Titmouse, White-breasted Nuthatch, the three local woodpeckers, and Yellow-billed Magpies. But as is often the case, the rock stars of birding trips are often birds of prey. Golden Eagle, Northern Harrier, Red-tailed and Red-shouldered Hawks, possibly several species of falcons, and even wannabe raptors like Loggerhead Shrike can be expected. Transportation:  Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza. Carpooling is essential to cut down on the number of vehicles on road shoulders. Bring sunscreen, water, a hat, and a full tank of gas.

Activity:  Easy

 

133. BIRDING FOR TEENS      

Date/Time: Saturday, 9/29/18, 8-11 a.m.

Note: Open to ages 12-18

Trip Leader:

Are you a young birder, or would you like to be? Here’s the perfect chance to bird with other teens and be guided by leaders who are experienced helping young birders. Whether you’re just beginning or have some birding experience, this trip is for you. A variety of bird species will be likely in the various locales chosen by the leaders. Bring a hat, sunscreen, and water. If you are a licensed driver, you may drive yourself, otherwise a parent must drive.

Activity: Moderate

NOTE: there is no fee to enroll in this field trip. Registration is necessary.

134. BEGINNING BIRDING – Morning

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 8-noon

Trip Leader: TBA

 

See description above for trip 110.

135. HARKINS SLOUGH
Date/Time: Saturday, 9/28/18, 8:30-11:45 a.m.
Trip Leader:  Earl Lebow

Special access to the inland side of Harkins Slough will take participants to an area that is rarely birded but has produced a nice variety of vagrants and wintering species in past years. Proximity to the Santa Cruz County landfill assures us of a good variety of gulls for the laru-philes in attendance.  We’ll follow-up by visiting traditional viewing points of the slough, where state specialties like California Thrasher and White-tailed Kites are expected. Bald Eagle and Osprey nest here, and if water levels are favorable to shorebirds, Peregrine Falcon is regularly sighted. Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 8:30 a.m.
Activity: Moderate

136. BEGINNING BIRDING – Afternoon

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 1-4 p.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 112.

 

137. OWLS OF ROBINSON CANYON

Date/Time:  Saturday, 9/29/18, 8:30 p.m. (or whenever the evening program concludes) to after midnight

Trip Leader:  Steve Rovell

 

These trips always sell out! Robinson Canyon is one of California’s most productive owling sites. Western Screech, Great Horned, Barn, and Northern Saw-whet owls are all likely. Northern Pygmy and the endangered Spotted Owl are possibilities. These field trips, limited to 8, are a must if you’re looking for owls. Bring a flashlight and dress warmly.  Please be aware that most owls will only be heard, and not seen. 

NOTE: Starting Location is approximately 40 miles and a 50+ minute drive from the Civic Center Plaza.

Transportation: Car caravan meets at Watsonville Civic Plaza at 8:30 p.m. or after conclusion of evening program. Meet the leader in the lobby outside of the evening presentation.

Activity: Limited

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30


145. BIG SUR RIVERMOUTH and CALIFORNIA CONDORS

Date/Time:  Sunday, 9/30/18, 6-6 p.m.

Trip Fee: $10

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 101.


146. EAST PINNACLES NATIONAL PARK

Date/Time:  Sunday, 9/30/18, 6:30-3:30 p.m.

Trip Fee: $15

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

Join us for a fun carpooling trip to Pinnacles, one of America’s newest National Parks. We will go south on Highway 25, entering the park on its east side and from there we will hike the 2.5 mile Reservoir Loop. This hike is listed as “moderately” difficult and does include a fairly steady climb of several hundred feet as well as spots where participants will have to duck under low rock overhangs. In exchange for this, we get to pass through a variety of habitats, including oak woodlands, chaparral, and riparian woodland. Afterwards we will eat our lunch picnic style at the Visitors Center near the campground, which presents one of our best chances for picking up California Condor. Possible birds include a wide variety of raptors including Golden Eagles, Prairie Falcons, and California Condors. Additional possibilities include Yellow-billed Magpies, Acorn and Nuttall’s Woodpeckers, California Thrasher, Wrentit, White-throated Swifts, and Bell’s Sparrow. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and hiking clothes, bring plenty of water, and be aware that there is very little in the way of food available for purchase in the park so please make sure to bring your lunch with you in the morning.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m. – have a full tank of gas.

Activity – High – temperatures vary, can be very hot.

 

147. RARITY ROUND-UP New!

Date/Time:  Sunday, 9/30/18, 6:30-4 p.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

This fast-paced trip will be an effort to view some of the highlights from the Friday and Saturday field trips; specifically, to chase down the rarities and unexpected birds found during the previous few days. The itinerary will be based on the leader’s expertise and findings of the previous two days, focusing or the rarest or most-likely-to-be-re-found species, and those within a reasonable driving route. Some will be re-found, some missed, but that’s the nature, thrill (and even disappointment) of rarity chasing. And, we might even find a few new birds that have just arrived.

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m. Carpooling recommended.  Please have a full tank of gas.

Activity: Moderate

148. NEW BRIGHTON BEACH and PINE FOREST

Date/Time:  Sunday, 9/30/18, 6:30-noon

Trip Leader:  TBA

New Brighton State Beach includes patches of willows, oaks, and a fine Monterey Pine forest, all of which are attractive to both migrating and wintering birds. Townsend’s Warblers, Pygmy Nuthatches, Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers, and Brown Creepers are all likely to be seen. The adjacent waters of Monterey Bay are a good place to view Caspian, Elegant, and Forster’s Terns, and sometimes even a Parasitic Jaeger!

Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonville Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

149. BIRDING QUAIL HOLLOW RANCH

Date/Time: Sunday, 9/30/18, 6:30-10:30 a.m.

Trip Leader:  TBA

Description: Quail Hollow Ranch hosts a great diversity of habitats, including the endemic Santa Cruz sandhills, offering a good opportunity to see many of the western birds and California specialties. We will likely encounter Nuttall’s Woodpecker, California Thrasher, Wrentit, and more. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn about Quail Hollow nest box projects for Western Bluebirds, Ash-throated Flycatchers, and other cavity nesters. Transportation: Car caravan leaves Watsonvillet Civic Plaza at 6:30 a.m.  Carpooling and full gas tanks recommended; winding road.

Activity: Moderate

150. ELKHORN RANCH BIRDING (SPECIAL ACCESS TRIP)

Date/Time: Sunday, 9/30/18, 7:00-11 a.m.

Trip Leader: Hugo Ceja

See description above for trip 131.


151. HATTON CANYON + CARMEL RIVER LAGOON AFTERNOON OPTION

Dates/Time: Sunday, 9/30/18, 7:30-11:30 a.m.

Trip Leader: TBA

See description above for trip 108.


152. BIRDING FOR TEENS

Date/Time: Sunday, 9/30/18, 8-11 a.m.

Note: Open to ages 12-18

Trip Leader:

See description above for trip 133.

153. BEGINNING BIRDING

Date/Time:  Sunday, 9/30/18, 8-noon

Trip Leader:  TBA

 

See description above for trip 134.

154. EXPLORING ELKHORN SLOUGH RESERVE     

Date/Time: Sunday, 9/30/18, 8:15-Noon

Trip Leader: TBA

Description: Join us in exploring the Coast Live Oak woodland at Elkhorn Slough Reserve. Oak specialties such as Hutton’s Vireos, Oak Titmice, White-tailed Kites, and maybe a Barn Owl or two will be looked for.  Acorn Woodpeckers will put on a good show while stocking and defending their granary trees, and, depending on tidal conditions, we’ll be able to oversee some of the interior tidal wetlands of “the Slough” proper. And our eyes should be constantly on the alert for raptors such as Golden Eagles and Peregrine Falcons.

Transportation:  Car caravan meets at Watsonville Civic Plaza at 8:15 a.m.

Activity: Moderate

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