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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 23, 2014 7C Golf teams play through spring break Members of various Plumas County high school golf teams play a round at the Lake Almanor Country Club on April 10. The local teams couldn't stay off the course this last week. Though members had the days off school due to spring break, the teams still got together to hit some balls. Last Thursday, the high school teams teed off at Graeagle Meadows. Two days before that, the teams were spotted at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Clockwise from top left: Cody Morrison, of Quincy; Quinton Wilkinson, of Chester; Preston Rush, of Portola; and Christian Beres, of Greenville. Photos by Tony Cordero BIRD WALK, from page 5C terns actively feeding on the lake. The marshy area is a good place to see birds you might not see elsewhere in Plumas County -- a northern waterthrush was seen in this area last May. On Saturday, May 17,  there will be a bird walk in Spanish Ranch led by Darrel Jury and Darla DeRuiter. The walk will begin at 6669 Bucks Lake Road in Meadow Valley at 7:30 a.m. When coming from Quincy this house is on the right side, two houses past the Pineleaf intersection. This is an easy walk on a road that is suitable for wheelchairs and it will end before noon. Notable birds seen last year included a male lazuli bunting serenading us, a Wilson's snipe zooming over the meadow and good views through a spotting scope of tree and violet-green and northern rough-winged swallows sitting together on the same power line. On Saturday, May 24, there will be an opportunity to see the birds of Sierra Valley in a car caravan led by Colin Dillingham. To carpool from East Quincy, meet in front of Sav-Mor at 7:30 a.m. In Sierra Valley we will meet at the parking area across from the A23/Highway 70 junction at 8:15 a.m. Bring lunch and drinks and plan on eating on the road because Colin never stops looking for birds. Sierra Valley has been designated a nationally important bird area by the National Audubon Society. The valley's wetlands support the most diverse set of breeding birds in the entire Sierra Nevada, including many waterfowl, shorebirds and raptors. Colin stops the car caravan when he sees interesting birds and we get out to look at them. Little walking is required and we often see more bird species than we do on the bird walks. AVERY SPECIAL THANKYOU TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS Fehrman Mortuary D.L. Stoy Logging Sierra Cascade/Dig It Coppercreek Camp Echo Mountain Stone John and Janice HoIland AVERY SPECIAL THANKS TO ALLWHO DONATED Keith Barnett Precision Building Riley's Jerky Hunter Hardware Rouland Insurance Agency Plumas Glass Pet Country Buffalo Chips Puparazzi Pet Grooming Gosney Barbar Shop Carey Candy Idaho Grocery Tidbits Ed Cammack Car Quest Indian Creek Vet Clinic Paper Stuff Back Porch Consignment &Gift Darlene Hilpert Plumas Pines Resort Green Gulch Ranch Plumas Bank LaVonne Smith Lassen Gift Company Holiday Market Chester Auto Parts Holland Driving School Mt. Hough Golf Course Neff Automotive Mt. Lassen Club Taylorsville Tavern Iron Horse Saloon Nancy Presser Donnell's Musicland Julian Wells Mark Delizio Forest Stationers DuPont Power Tools Indian Valley Thrift Store Bill Wattenburg Connie's.Cozy Critter Beds Feather Publishing Co., Inc. D&L Distributing Major's Outpost, Inc Way Station Gould Fickardt S.H.I Roofing Greenville Auto Parts Northern Valley Pheasants Forever Marsha & Bill Chronister Cabela's Robert Zernich Girls With Guns Collins Pines Sterling Sage Treats - In Chester Cecillia Hernandez Chuck & Nancy Cortesi Karen VanZandt - Country Style Salon T's 2 Go Frank's Garage Christina Peck Marvin Smalley Construction Reese McAllister Margie Meeker - Country Style Alisa Short- Country Style Salon Mary Smith- Avon Dustin Vert- Fishing Guide Jimmy West- Fishing Guide Village Drug Joe Castillo Les Schweb Golddiggers Softball Tournament Lake Almanor Properties/ Smith Real Estate Wal-Mart Sierra Coffee & Beverage Patty Nordt Mike Nordt Evergreen Market Hunting Buddies Hunting Club Gary Pini- Quincy Firearms Glen Taddei & Cathy Sierra Pacific Industries Anna's Caf Canyon Dam Store Seymour Smith Memorial Run Jim & Arlene Brown Plumas-Slerra Tea Party Patriots Notice of a Special Event: 2014 TEA PARTY SEASON OPENER PARTY SUNDAY, APRIL 27TH 2014 3PM to 6PM at: the IRON DOOR RESTAURANT 5417 MAIN ST. JOHNSVILLE, CA. 96103 GREAT FOOD AND DRINKS WILL BE SERVED OUR SPECIAL GUEST: KEN CAMPBELL, National Chairman of the Tea Party Patriots. Tea Party Patriots is the largest Tea Party organization and the largest conservative organization in the nation. Their co-founder, Jenny Beth Martin, was a speaker at CPAC and is frequently seen on Fox News as well as numerous radio programs. Everyone is welcome, meet Ken and enjoy the fun. Please join us if you believe in: Establishing Fiscal Responsibility Constitutionally Limited Government Support for our Free Markets For more information, contact: Dave and Sandy Hopkins: (530) 823-2310 or Bill and Lynn Desjardin: (530) 832-0600 See our Web page at: PlumasSierraTeaParty.org