Mushrooms, Mosses and an Occasional Monarch

Mushrooms, Mosses and an Occasional Monarch
Dec 4
10am - 12pm

Location: Registrants will be informed of location
Docent: Brian Morgan

Scan the skies for Monarch Butterflies while learning about their incredible yearly migration.  Open your eyes to the beauty of our seasonal mushroom population (are they edible?  NO!).  Learn about the wonder of symbiotic lichens and mosses and their effect on our Monterey Pine and Coastal Oak forest.  Discover who the original human inhabitants of our Gem of the Central Coast-the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve-were.  Watch for soaring raptors, acorn gobbling gray squirrels, and secretive dusky footed woodrats while you stroll a 2.5 mile gentle forest trail.  Wear shoes that protect the toes and long pants to protect from poison oak.  Children are welcome with adult supervision.  The walk is free and open to the public by reservation only.  All current CDC guidelines will be followed.  Rain will cancel the walk.

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