Docent Walks

Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve sponsors free monthly guided walks focusing on the beauty and natural diversity of the Ranch. Forest Loop and Bluff trail walks, led by experienced docents, feature an opportunity to view and understand the rich and complex ecosystems of plants and animals that inhabit the Ranch. In addition to the Forest Loop and Bluff Trail walks, docents offer special interest walks that follow the seasonal and migratory changes that occur on the Ranch. Topics for the special interest walks include geology, birds, butterflies, wildflowers, and native cultures.

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Docent Walks start at one of the entrances listed above. Street parking is available at all entrances. Please do not block our neighbor's driveways or mailboxes.


Docent & Single Topic Walks

May 28
10am - 12pm
Docent - Family Walk in the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Forest

Bring the children and spend a part of your morning enjoying a family walk in the forest of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve led by an FFRP docent!

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Jun 4
10am - 12pm
Docent - Central Coast Wildflowers in the Fiscalini Ranch Forest

Bring your curiosity along for an easy stroll through the Ranch forest as we look for brilliant displays of seasonal wildflowers. Which of these beauties are native? How did the "invasives" get here? Did our Native American population use any of these as food or medicine?

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Jun 19
10am - 12:30 pm
Docent - Late Spring in the Fiscalini Ranch Forest (Sunday walk)

Once again Spring has brought new life to the forest. Forest wild flowers are reaching for the sun. Beneath the surface, the forest roots and fungi networks have been connecting to provide nutrients and water to the forest as a whole. Come join us to explore!

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Jun 25
06/25/2022
Docent - The Wonderfully Mysterious World Beneath Our Feet

Join a knowledgeable docent guide for a Fiscalini Ranch Preserve forest walk while you learn about the mysteries of the communication going on under our shoes. We've all seen the incredible display of mushrooms following rain...but what about the organism that pops these beauties up

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