Sea and Land . . . A Partnership on the Ranch Preserve

Sea and Land . . . A Partnership on the Ranch Preserve
Aug 13
10am - 12pm

Location: Registrants will be informed of location
Docent: Duffy Burns

Enjoy learning about the marine mammals, kelp forest and its many uses, tide pool inhabitants, animals and birds that call the bluffs their home, and our abundant native plant life and the non-native weeds that threaten them.  Walk with a knowledgeable docent guide as you travel the two mile in and out boardwalk and compacted soil trail.  Hear about the local Indigenous people who have lived on the Ranch for as much as 10,000 years.  How did they evolve to tribes?  When Spanish explorers arrived, were they natives warriors, or peaceful families?

The walk is an easy stroll with very little elevation gain.  Comfortable shoes and layered clothing are advised.  Children are welcome with adult supervision.  No dogs please.  All current CDC guidelines will be followed.  The walk is free and open to the public by reservation only.


« Back to Docent Walks