Ocean Bluff Stroll (Sunday walk)

Ocean Bluff Stroll (Sunday walk)
May 22
10am - 12pm

Location: Registrants will be informed of location
Docent: Gil Eastman

Thanks to the rains, and the sun, and the long days, the hills of the Fiscalini Preserve are now golden yellow - and sky blue, and rose pink, and vermillion red, and amethyst purple, and tangerine orange, and the colors go on and on. The seaweeds and ocean kelps are thriving from the nutrients that are being brought in from deep water by the ocean upwelling. The kelp forest is home, nursery, and food source for a broad range of ocean life, and the kelp and seaweeds have been used as a food source for thousands of years from the Playaños to present day. It’s a great time to look for our coastal birds, critters of the grassland, and critters of the coastal waters. Bring water, tick spray for peace of mind; wear shoes that protect the toes, a hat, and sunscreen. Children welcome with adult supervision. No dogs. Rain cancels.


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