Rhododendren Dell

370 John F. Kennedy Drive
San Francisco

Rhododendren Dell



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The Rhododendron Dell, located east of the Academy of Sciences and south of Kennedy Drive at about Sixth Avenue, is an area with enough habitat value to be attractive to birds, particularly in spring. The hill in the middle usually has a resident pair of Rufous-sided Towhees. The trees in the area may provide roosting sites for Band-tailed Pigeons. This is an irruptive species, however, and the pigeons may not be present every year. Watch for Red-shouldered Hawks, Scrub Jays, various flycatchers, Orange-crowned, Townsend's, and Wilson's Warblers, Fox, Song, Golden-crowned, and White-crowned Sparrows.


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