Los Gatos Birdwatcher
Welcome Bird Lovers!
Welcome to the Los Gatos Birdwatcher. We are the nature lover’s general store, specializing in everything to do with bird feeding and bird watching, including seed, feeders, baths, hardware and optics. Also included in our offerings are clothing, jewelry, books, kids stuff and many great gift items. We are located in the King’s Court Center at the corner of Los Gatos Blvd. and Blossom Hill Road, in Los Gatos.

John and Freddy Howell in front of Los Gatos Birdwatcher.
Los Gatos Birdwatcher owners John and
Freddy Howell.
Our mission is to create magic and adventure through the love and experience of nature. In order to bring this mission to reality, we strive not just to be the best "general store for nature lovers" but also to be "not just a store but a community resource." We support and work closely with many partners in the environmental arena.

We offer a complete line of products to help you enjoy wild birds and foster a healthy backyard habitat.

Upcoming Special Events
Mono Lake Bodie – The Original Mining Town of the Late 1880’s and Mono Lake
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
at The Terraces

Join Lisa Myers as she takes us on a photographic journey throughout the old California mining town of Bodie. Once a thriving town with nearly 10,000 people, there is interesting history surrounding the town. What remains of Bodie today is maintained by the California State Park system and is open for all to visit. Not far from Bodie, and located in the Eastern Sierras, is Mono Lake. For over 30 years people have been working hard to protect this salt water lake and we’ll learn about its history and how the lake is vital to millions of migratory and nesting birds.
No Charge but call to reserve your seat.

Acterra's habitat restoration project at McClellan Ranch Preserve Acterra’s Habitat Restoration Project at McClellan Ranch Preserve
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
at The Terraces

Acterra is an environmental non-profi t serving the Silicon Valley and headquartered in Palo Alto. Their mission is to provide people with, “tangible, hands-on activities they can do to improve the environment”. Acterra does this by providing several thousand volunteer opportunities each year for adults and youth. The Acterra’s Stewardship Program works to restore habitat that is considered “degraded” meaning it no longer has the necessary components to sustain a healthy ecosystem. Currently they are working at 18 different sites throughout Silicon Valley, including McClellan Ranch Preserve in Cupertino where the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society is headquartered. We invite you to come meet Project Director Sara Witt as she shares with us the connections between habitat restoration, insects and birds. We will also discuss the important role native plants play in supporting wildlife biodiversity.
No Charge but call to reserve your seat.

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Location and Hours
Los Gatos Birdwatcher
in King’s Court Shopping Center
at Los Gatos Boulevard
792 Blossom Hill Road
Los Gatos, CA 95032
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Monday through Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Sunday, 12 noon - 5pm

Los Gatos Birdwatcher, 792 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos, CA 95030, 408-358-9453, info@losgatosbirdwatcher.com info@losgatosbirdwatcher.com
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