Sonoma Wetlands Wander

Date:
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Time:
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Cost:
Free - Reservations Required
Place:
Sears Point Tidal Marsh
7715 Reclamation Road, Sonoma, CA

Experience the wonders of Sears Point Tidal Marsh on a nature walk in the San Pablo Bay Wildlife Refuge.

Sonoma Land Trust recently completed a project to restore nearly 1,000 acres of valuable tidal marsh. An expert Sonoma Land Trust docent will share the fascinating story of how these important wetlands were regained. We should see many overwintering shorebirds on our walk, so don’t forget your binoculars.

Photo: Sonoma Land Trust

Outing Leaders:
Suzanne Weakley
Teri Shore
Total Distance:
This is an easy hike of about two miles on mostly level terrain.
Weather Policy:

Heavy rain cancels

Where to Meet:

Drive to 7715 Reclamation Road, Sonoma, just south of the Lakeville Highway/Highway 37 intersection. Please arrive at 10:45 am and walk from parking lot across the railroad tracks to the levee, where we will assemble.

Leaders Note:

Bring snacks and lunch (optional for after walk), water, dress in layers, and wear comfortable walking shoes. Hats and gloves could come in handy.

If you have any questions about this outing, contact Teri Shore, Greenbelt Alliance North Bay Regional Director or call her at (707) 575-3661.

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