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“I did the evening fly-in but you have better light in the daytime.”

Isenberg Crane Reserve
Ranked #10 of 46 things to do in Lodi
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Take Woodbridge road toward the levee and there are two parking areas where you can see the birds. During the evening you'll see more birds of all types but it would be hard to make out details in low light.

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Reviewed October 4, 2012

This is an undeveloped reserve, just parking by the side of the road with a clear view of a huge flooded field with thousands of these amazing huge birds. It is unique. Chilly, so dress appropriately and seasonal - check the schedule.

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Reviewed June 18, 2012

If you are a birder, come around sundown and see the cranes return to feed for the night. We actually found that going about a mile and a half beyond the reserve was the best place we have seen them in the last four years.. Good chance of also seeing cattle egrets, yellow slippers and larger egrets adn blue herons as well.

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Reviewed April 24, 2012

The Sandhill Cranes are truly amazing birds. Almost prehistoric. My wife and I make the trek every November to see them and are always amazed by their size, beauty, and sound. They are also very fragile creatures. I'm glad that the Lodi region opens its arms to them.

1  Thank LodiWineBob
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Visit from November - March, at dusk when thousands of cranes return from foraging in nearby Delta fields, making a trilling sound as they land. Good sunsets with Mt. Diablo in the background, lots of other migratory birds as well.

Thank dafesq
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