Come help count Contra Costa wallflowers, an endangered plant, at the Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge Sardis Unit with US Fish & Wildlife Service staff.
The Antioch dunes is a unique site that hosts an endangered butterfly as well.
See flyer for more details.
From 680 heading north (near Walnut Creek/Concord), take Hwy. 242 E, which will lead you onto Hwy 4 E towards Pittsburg/Antioch. Continue on Hwy 4 to Antioch.
From 680 heading south (from Benicia/Martinez), take Hwy 4 E towards Pittsburg/Antioch.
At Antioch, take A Street/Lone Tree Way exit and go L under freeway. Proceed about 1 mile on A Street and then go R onto Wilbur Avenue. Proceed on Wilbur about 1 mile, cross over a concrete bridge and look for two large PG&E towers on L. The entrance gate will be on the L between the two towers. See large brown refuge sign next to gate. Turn L into entrance and park at the bottom of driveway.
Safety: Outdoor activities are inherently risky. On hiking trips, grave injury and death are not out of the realm of possibility. By coming on this trip, you agree to be 100% responsible for your own health, safety and well being. If you bring a guest(s), that guest(s) will be 100% responsible for his/her own health, safety and well being.