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Sandhill Crane Festival

November 7-9 · Hutchins Street Square Lodi, CA

November 7-9, 2014

Hutchins Street Square · Lodi, CA

800-581-6150 · info@cranefestival.com

Tour Descriptions and Schedule

Below is a list of all available tours.  This page may be printed for your reference.  You may also download a Tour Schedule.  Tour spaces are limited. It is advised that you register early as tours fill up quickly.

You may register for a nature tour in advance either online, by phone at 800-581-6150, or by downloading the Registration Form and mailing it with your payment to:

Lodi Sandhill Crane Festival Association
P.O. Box 1616
Lodi, California 95241

For more information contact us at (800) 581-6150 or email info@cranefestival.com.

For tour registration questions and issues, please email registration@cranefestival.com.

All tours start and end at Hutchins Street Square (125 S. Hutchins Street, Lodi), at the north entrance, off Oak Street.

Beginning Birding

Join an expert birder as you learn basic birding techniques in a fun and easy way in an old growth riparian habitat.  Lodi Lake's Nature Area is targeted by San Joaquin Audubon Society as the "best place" to see birds in the county.  Pick up some great tips on identifying songbirds and hawks that you can only get by birding with a pro!  Don't forget your binoculars.

Saturday at 7:30 a.m. (#11)

Sunday at 7:30 a.m. (#35)

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $15 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $15 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 7:30 a.m. (#11)128
Sunday at 7:30 a.m. (#35)1515

Bird Carving Workshop for Beginners

Join master carvers from the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association to learn how to carve a bird from wood.  All the necessary materials, including a study guide and carving knives will be provided.  Short lectures with lots of hands-on carving time will enable you to complete a life-size Canyon Wren.  There is a $25 online registration fee.  Register early as class size is limited to 8.  Suitable for ages 14 and older.

No Dates and Times yet available.

Adult: $25 - Youth: $25 - Child: N/A

Bird Feathers and Bones with David Lukas

Have you ever found a bird feather or bone and wondered what you could learn from it? This tour, and companion talk on Saturday at 3 (open to all), will cover bird bones, feathers, and muscles and how they work together to help a bird fly and live in its environment. Expect to learn a bit about both the inner and outer workings of birds, as well as their vocalizations and behaviors, as you explore the old growth riparian habitat and the residential area of Lodi Lake with renowned expert David Lukas.  Wear your walking shoes and bring your binoculars (and camera).

Saturday at 11:30 a.m. (#17)

Sunday at 9 a.m. (#39)

Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes

Car

Adult: $30 - Youth: $20 - Child: $10

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $30 Youth: $20 Child: $10
Saturday at 11:30 a.m. (#17)2020
Sunday at 9 a.m. (#39)1515

Birding Hot Spots

Join fellow experienced birders as you visit several local hot spots in search of the area's many resident and wintering birds.  The differing habitats provide a great variety of birds, from shore birds to wintering warblers.  Visit old growth riparian habitat, farm fields, and local ponds in an attempt to beat the single Festival tour record of 67 species. Binoculars, snacks and water are highly recommended.  There will be short walks at every stop. 

Saturday at 6:30 a.m. (#7)

Sunday at 7:00 a.m. (#33)

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes

Mini-bus

Adult: $25 - Youth: $15 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $15 Child: $5
Saturday at 6:30 a.m. (#7)2219
Sunday at 7:00 a.m. (#33)2222

Cosumnes River Preserve

This tour has been one of the best kept secrets of past Festivals!  With experienced guides, you will explore  the beauty and vitality of the finest valley oak riparian forest and wetland habitat in California; viewing a wide variety of wildlife and bird species in this fabulous habitat,  including "loafing and playing" Sandhill cranes.  As the sun sets over Mt. Diablo and the Delta, you will be on-hand when the cranes start their fly-out AND their fly-in!   Jointly managed by nine private and government agencies, Cosumnes River Preserve is a key link on the Pacific Flyway.  Get the 'back story' as you learn why its management is considered a model in conservation partnerships.  For more about the Preserve visit  www.cosumnes.org.

Saturday at 2:40 p.m. (#24)

Sunday at 2:40 p.m. (#46)

Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes

Bus

Adult: $25 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 2:40 p.m. (#24)4438
Sunday at 2:40 p.m. (#46)4444

Crane Fly-In

This tour takes center stage as the Festival highlight!  Sandhill cranes spend their days eating and lounging in the surrounding fields.  At dusk,  in large groups that can number from several hundred to several thousand, they converge on the flooded fields to roost for the night.   Often this spectacle of flight, vocalization and ground activity,  is back-dropped by stunning sunsets behind Mt. Diablo.   Experienced volunteer docents from the Department of Fish and Wildlife will share the natural history of the cranes, taking advantage of the Department's Woodbridge Ecological Reserve  (Phil and Marilyn Eisenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve)  which is managed to ensure that cranes have suitable habitat when arriving for the winter.  Book this tour early as they always fill up fast!  [The cranes determine end times for evening tours.]

Friday at 3:20 p.m. (#3)

Friday at 3:30 p.m. (#4)

Saturday at 3:20 p.m. (#29)

Saturday at 3:25 p.m. (#30)

Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (#31)

Sunday at 3:20 p.m. (#51)

Sunday at 3:25 p.m. (#52)

Duration: approximately 2 1/2 to 3 hours

Bus

Adult: $25 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Friday at 3:20 p.m. (#3)4439
Friday at 3:30 p.m. (#4)4442
Saturday at 3:20 p.m. (#29)3833
Saturday at 3:25 p.m. (#30)3838
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (#31)3823
Sunday at 3:20 p.m. (#51)3432
Sunday at 3:25 p.m. (#52)3432

Crane Fly-In Staten Island

More fly-in opportunities!  Combine crane fly-in with birding Staten Island to learn what the birds already know--this is one of the best places in the Delta to spend the winter.  The fly-in here typically numbers into the hundreds with both greater and lesser Sandhill cranes. In addition, ducks, geese, tundra swans, great blue herons, egrets and white-tailed kites take advantage of what Staten has to offer.   Experienced docents will highlight the history of Staten Island and its partnership with Cosumnes River Preserve.

Friday at 3:00 p.m. (#1)

Saturday at 2:45 p.m. (#25)

Sunday at 2:45p.m. (#47)

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes

Bus

Adult: $25 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Friday at 3:00 p.m. (#1)4440
Saturday at 2:45 p.m. (#25)3432
Sunday at 2:45p.m. (#47)3836

Crane Fly-In WER Shelter

This tour will sell out early!  It has all of the excitement of the fly-in tours that will be conducted at the Woodbridge Ecological Reserve South Unit, but visitors will disembark the bus at the WER North Unit, where, in a smaller group, they will be treated to a presentation by the DFW docents and view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.

Friday at 3:10 p.m. (#2)

Saturday at 3:10 p.m. (#28)

Sunday at 3:10 p.m. (#50)

Duration: 2 1/2 to 3 hours

Bus

Adult: $30 - Youth: $15 - Child: $10

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $30 Youth: $15 Child: $10
Friday at 3:10 p.m. (#2)3832
Saturday at 3:10 p.m. (#28)3838
Sunday at 3:10 p.m. (#50)3837

Crane Roving

During the day Sandhill cranes may be vocalizing, feeding, dancing, flying or resting.  Often cranes "bounce" from one feeding field to another, offering good opportunity to observe behaviors not seen in the evening fly-in.  Bright sunshine makes it easier to view their mud-stained wings and bright red forehead, as well as compare adults with juveniles, and Greater Sandhill cranes with Lesser Sandhill cranes.  Department of Fish and Wildlife docents will take you to them!  Learn about the natural history of the cranes and the lands they call their winter home.

Saturday at 11:45 a.m. (#19)

Sunday at 8:30 a.m. (#38)

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Bus

Adult: $25 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 11:45 a.m. (#19)4038
Sunday at 8:30 a.m. (#38)4444

Cranes for Kids

Everyone is welcome on this brand new docent-led educational tour, but children are the focus.  Bring your lunch and snacks along.  You will drive out to see the cranes loafing about in their "yards" and living room;  then get out of the car and fly with them on a perilous migration, returning to the serenity and “safety” of the Woodbridge Ecological Reserve North Area Shelter for a look at the cranes’ main winter bedroom and a rare walkabout opportunity to learn more about the workings of an ecological reserve.  Kids under 18 are FREE!  Reduced rate for adults.  Bring your camera!

Sunday at 12:15 p.m. (#42)

Duration: 3 hours

Car

Adult: $10 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $10 N/A N/A
Sunday at 12:15 p.m. (#42)2520--

Delta Birding Cruise

Take advantage of the Delta waterways as you cruise along through Sandhill crane habitat.  The sky fills with cranes, swans, geese, and ducks, but don't forget to keep an eye on the banks for the many other birds and mammals that inhabit the Delta, Bring your binoculars and camera!  This tour ranks up there with the Crane Fly-in as the hardest ticket at the Festival to get your hands on!  Suitable for all ages, children are required to have parental supervision.  Boats have an open canopy, but always be prepared for the elements.  Docking from KOA/Tower Park Marina provides the opportunity to enjoy the restaurant and other amenities.  For more info about the marina visit www.towerparkresort.com

 

 

Saturday at 7:00 a.m (#9)

Saturday at 9:40 a.m. (#14)

Saturday at 12:20 p.m. (#20)

Saturday at 2:50 p.m. (#26)

Sunday at 7:10 a.m. (#34)

Sunday at 9:50 a.m. (#40)

Sunday at 12:20 p.m. (#43)

Sunday at 2:50 p.m. (#48)

Duration: 3 hours 10 minutes

Car

Adult: $40 - Youth: $20 - Child: $10

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $40 Youth: $20 Child: $10
Saturday at 7:00 a.m (#9)87
Saturday at 9:40 a.m. (#14)81
Saturday at 12:20 p.m. (#20)83
Saturday at 2:50 p.m. (#26)84
Sunday at 7:10 a.m. (#34)85
Sunday at 9:50 a.m. (#40)84
Sunday at 12:20 p.m. (#43)80Full
Sunday at 2:50 p.m. (#48)88

For the Birds! Eco-Friendly Winery Tour

Turner Road Vintners continues to be a destination highlight among Festival goers.  Its innovative eco-friendly water reclamation ponds have created a natural habitat for a variety of birds.  Get a free taste of their wine as you get a taste of the birding benefits found here.  Past participants comments voiced a desire for more time at this location...Here you go!  Come and enjoy!  Participants must be 21 years or older.

Saturday at 11:35 p.m. (#18)

Sunday at 1:10 p.m. (#45)

Duration: 2 hour 15 minutes

Car

Adult: $20 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $20 N/A N/A
Saturday at 11:35 p.m. (#18)1515--
Sunday at 1:10 p.m. (#45)1515--

Kayak the Mokelumne River and Lodi Lake with Headwaters Kayak

Lodi Lake  will be at water's capacity this year, with the adjoining picturesque Mokelumne River gently flowing along, providing the rare opportunity for Crane Festival participants to enjoy a twilight kayaking trip on Saturday or an early morning trip on Sunday.  A great way to start or end your day!  Join Headwaters Kayak naturalist Bill Beckett as you look out for beavers, river otters and a wide variety of birds.  All kayaking equipment is provided  including PFDs, so grab a water bottle and snack and let's go!  Although unlikely, always dress to get wet, including your electronic devices.  For more info on Headwaters and other local kayak activities go to http://www.headwaterskayak.com

Saturday at 2:15 p.m. (#23)

Sunday at 7:45 a.m. (#36)

Duration: 3 hours

Car

Adult: $35 - Youth: $30 - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $35 N/A N/A
Saturday at 2:15 p.m. (#23)1511-
Sunday at 7:45 a.m. (#36)1515-

Mokelumne River Rendezvous

Join a light hike along the upper Mokelumne River as it spills from Camanche Dam, with local birding experts  Liz West and Joanne Katanic, who will share their knowledge about the local landscape and  help you scout 35+ species including bluebirds, night herons, several woodpecker species, mergansers, osprey and other raptors.  And as an added treat, keep an eye out for spawning Chinook Salmon as they complete their journey from the Pacific Ocean! 

Saturday at 7:05a.m. (#10)

Duration: 4 hours

Car

Adult: $20 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $20 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 7:05a.m. (#10)2020

Opening Night Dinner

New this year, we will be offering a catered dinner to kick off the 18th annual Lodi Sandhill Crane Festival.  Join us for a Mediterranean-style dinner Friday night, November 7th as we honor this year's SCF Conservation Award receipient and enjoy music by the Valley Community Orchestra.

Our dinner will be catered by Scooter's Restaurant of Lodi.  Menu details can be found on our website home page.  Doors open at 6:00 with dinner at 6:30 p.m.  Cost is $25 per person.  Seating is limited and reservations are required.  Please make your reservation by November 3rd.  Hope to see you there!

Friday at 6:30 (#101)

Adult: $25 - Youth: $25 - Child: $25

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $25 Youth: $25 Child: $25
Friday at 6:30 (#101)8078

Paddle the Cosumnes River Preserve with Current Adventures Kayak

Join kayaking expert and owner of Current Adventures-Kayak School & Trips, Dan Crandall, as you paddle the calm waters of the Middle Slough at Cosumnes River Preserve.  Be on the look out for wood duck, green and black-crowned heron, a variety of warblers, mallards and scrub jays.  You will see button bush and arroyo willows lining the waterways.  All kayaking equipment will be provided including PFDs.  This is a non-instructional tour and some kayaking experience is suggested.  Although unlikely, always dress to get wet, including your personal electronic devices.  www.currentadventures.com

Saturday at 12:30 p.m. (#21)

Sunday at 12:30 p.m. (#44)

Duration: 4 hours

Car

Adult: $45 - Youth: $40 - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $45 N/A N/A
Saturday at 12:30 p.m. (#21)1515-
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. (#44)1515-

Photographing Secret Places of the Cosumnes River Preserve

Join Cosumnes River Preserve volunteer photographers Bruce Miller and Gari Rae Gray in photographing birds at the Preserve during early morning light.  To increase the chances of encountering Sandhill cranes and other waterfowl, participants will wander about several wetland areas that are generally closed to the public.  Be prepared for an exhilarating walk up to one mile on wet or muddy ground, so wear sturdy, waterproof shoes or boots.  Bring your digital SLR, wide angle and telephoto lenses, teleconverters, and a tripod.  This tour is geared to beginner and intermediate photographers who are comfortable using their camera’s various exposure settings (aperture-preferred, speed-preferred, and
manual)
 

Saturday at 7:00 a.m. (#8)

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $40 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $40 N/A N/A
Saturday at 7:00 a.m. (#8)1210--

Photographing Wild Birds with Jim Dunn

Back by popular demand, presenter/photographer Jim Dunn says, "Birds in the wild are an intriguing subject for any photographer...  .   Making beautiful photographs of wild birds places requirements on the photographer and his or her equipment that are very different ... ."  Join Photographer Dunn at the Turner Road Vintners "sanctuary"  in this rare, small group  opportunity  to discuss equipment options for wild bird photography, and to learn (and practice) some of the key skills and techniques to get good photographs.  This is a companion tour to the workshop on Saturday morning. in the Thomas Theater.  The presentation is a prerequisite for this tour, and only those registered for this tour will be admitted to the presentation.  Bring your cameras and equipment ! 

Saturday at 2:00 p.m. (#22)

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $40 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $40 N/A N/A
Saturday at 2:00 p.m. (#22)103--

Raptors by Boat

Enjoy your drive through the Sierra-Nevada foothills en route to Pardee Reservoir.  There you will meet James Jones, biologist for EBMUD, and search for early arriving Golden and Bald eagles, as well as other raptors that frequent the area.   This boat tour also offers uncommon bird species not seen on other Crane Festival tours, including loons, grebes, mergansers, and bufflehead.  Learn more about Pardee Recreational Area by visiting www.pardeelakerecreation.com

Saturday at 8:15 a.m. (#12)

Sunday at 8:15 a.m. (#37)

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $35 - Youth: $25 - Child: $10

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $35 Youth: $25 Child: $10
Saturday at 8:15 a.m. (#12)2020
Sunday at 8:15 a.m. (#37)2016

River Bird Walk, Wine Tasting and Picnic with David Yee

Tom and Carmela Hoffman are proud to host this tour to their Heritage Oak Winery.  Stroll picturesque vineyards and an old-growth riparian forest with renowned birder David Yee (who knows this area like his own home) to their private beach along the Mokelumne River.  There you will enjoy a wine  tasting sponsored by Heritage Oak Winery and a delicious lunch.  Participants will scan the vegetation and skies looking for species to add to the Winery's monthly list (and maybe even the Festival list).    If we are lucky, the hummingbird feeders will be buzzing with various species.  Lunch, wine, David Yee, and nature...what else is there?  Round trip walking is approximately 2.5 miles, so bring your walking shoes and binoculars.  For more about the winery, visit www.heritageoakwinery.com (must be 21).

Saturday at 10:00 a.m. (#16)

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes

Car

Adult: $35 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $35 N/A N/A
Saturday at 10:00 a.m. (#16)2524--

Salmon in the Mokelumne River

This  tour, sponsored by the Lower Mokelumne River Partnership, will focus on the fish which help support the vibrant fall bird populations on and near the River.   Visitors of all ages (especially children) will be facscinated by what they see and learn at this unique opportunity to hear all about behind the scenes  at the Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery at Camanche Dam during the salmon migration.  Biologists from the East Bay Municipal Utility District will describe the collaborative habitat restoration efforts that have result in a record return of salmon to the Mokelumne River.  Participants in this tour are strongly urged to also attend the introductory presentation before the tour at Hutchins Street Square.  The presentation is open to everyone and is not required for participating  the tour.

Saturday at 10:45 a.m. (#15)

Sunday at 11:15 a.m. (#41)

Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes

Car

Adult: $20 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $20 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 10:45 a.m. (#15)2019
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. (#41)2020

Start Your Day with the Sandhills

Join local Save our Sandhill Cranes (SOS) docents Sean Wirth and Mike Savino on this special pre-dawn tour where you will be introduced to the sounds of the cranes when they first awaken.  You will hear the adults alerting their young to the adventures of the new day, and then see and learn about the unique behaviors of these large and personable birds.  All while enjoying a continental breakfast, you will learn about the life history of “our’ cranes, and why they come to the California Delta every winter.  After returning to Hutchins Street Square you will be treated to Paul Tebbel’s great video with all of the different crane behaviors on the screen to reinforce what you have seen in the field.  This is a very comprehensive program which will truly help even the novice further understand and appreciate these amazing birds.

Sunday at 5:15 a.m. (#32)

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

Minibus

Adult: $45 - Youth: $35 - Child: $25

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $45 Youth: $35 Child: $25
Sunday at 5:15 a.m. (#32)2020

Sunset Leisure Cruise on Lodi Lake

A tranquil Lodi Lake and the meandering Mokelumne River provide the rare opportunity for Crane Festival participants to enjoy  a leisurely sunset patio boat ride.  Join a local naturalist as you glide along viewing the lake's verdant scenery, resident birds, and wildlife (you might even catch a glimpse of a browsing deer or basking turtle).  A great way to end a busy day.   The tour is available on Saturday and Sunday evenings, but the capacity is only 7!

Saturday at 3:05 p.m. (#27)

Sunday at 3:05 p.m. (#49)

Duration: 2 hours 10 minutes

Car

Adult: $30 - Youth: $20 - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $30 N/A N/A
Saturday at 3:05 p.m. (#27)77-
Sunday at 3:05 p.m. (#49)77-

Wake Up with the Cranes

In the pre-dawn, with Paul Tebbel, one of the world’s foremost crane experts, you will be introduced to the sounds of the cranes when they first awaken .  You hear the purring of the adults letting the young know that all is well and the same youngsters later calling with sounds reminiscent of 13 year-old boys whose voices have not yet matured.   All while enjoying a continental breakfast, you will learn about the life history of “our” cranes, their behaviors, and why they come to the Delta every winter.  After returning to Hutchins Street Square, you will be treated to a great video with all of the different crane behaviors on the screen to reinforce what you have seen in the field.  This is a very comprehensive program which will truly help even the novice further understand and appreciate these amazing birds.  Paul Tebbel has been studying cranes in some way, shape or form since 1976.  Join him and come away educated, entertained and enthralled.

Saturday at 5:15 a.m. (#5)

Duration: 4 hours

Minibus

Adult: $50 - Youth: $40 - Child: $30

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $50 Youth: $40 Child: $30
Saturday at 5:15 a.m. (#5)2018

You Are Now a Birder!

Get acquainted with one of the area's best-kept secrets.  Top birders frequent this "hot spot" for the variety of species.  Old growth riparian habitat along the Mokelumne River at the Lodi Lake Wilderness area provides great opportunity for migrating songbirds, accipiters, wood ducks and much more. Jim Rowoth, one of the area's most respected birders, will lead this small group for a wonderful learning experience.  This tour is designed for returning Festival goers who are eager tomove to the next level of birding skills.  Bring your binoculars and scopes!

Saturday at 8:00 a.m. (#13)

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $15 - Youth: $10 - Child: $5

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $15 Youth: $10 Child: $5
Saturday at 8:00 a.m. (#13)1515

ZenOptic Wetlands-A Dawn Nature Media Photo Tour with Lon Yarbrough

There is no better time to experience the vibrant life of the wetlands than at dawn.  Join a small and hearty group led by local craniac photographer, Lon Yarbrough, on this amazing photo opportunity.  Dawn begins well before the sunrise, when calls and song reveal the wetland's creatures.  As the sun rises you will experiment with high ISOS, long shutter speeds and wide open apertures to capture images not obtainable at any other time.  Details and techniques are available at www.NaturalMedia.us/dawn.htm.  There will also be a related presentation by Mr. Yarbrough on Sunday morning at Hutchins Street Square.

Saturday at 5:30 a.m. (#6)

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

Car

Adult: $40 - Youth: N/A - Child: N/A

Register For Tour

Date and Time Available Remaining Adult: $40 N/A N/A
Saturday at 5:30 a.m. (#6)129--

Additional Information

Tour spaces are limited.  Reservations by October 27th are strongly encouraged. 

Adults are over 17, youth 12-17, and children under 12 years.   Tours are held rain or shine. 

No refunds for cancellations after October 27, 2014. Cancellations before October 27 th will be charged a $10 processing fee.