Valentine's is for the Birds! Bird Watching for Beginners and Enthusiasts
Sunday, February 14, 2016, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve
Learn the basics of bird watching with docents Beth and Tom. A variety of bird species are on view during a slow-paced walk on trails through the meadows and up the hills of this beautiful preserve. Learn observation skills, identify birds and understand their fascinating habits. Binoculars, boots and raincoats are recommended. All ages and expertise are welcome. Heavy rain cancels but light rain makes for good birding.
Coyote Valley's farms and wildlife linkages are featured in the Winter edition of Edible Silicon Valley—see page 38.
Get your hands dirty, restoring and preserving open space lands! Tasks include planting native species, pulling weeds, trail maintenance and more! No experience required, we provide the training and tools! Learn more.
Hiking Leadership Training
The Open Space Authority is partnering with Bay Area Wilderness Training to host 3 courses designed to train teachers and youth workers how to plan, organize, and lead fun and safe hikes with youth. The training will include fun games for the trail, leave no trace, the natural history of open spaces, meal planning and more.
Check out their website for dates and more information!
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