This Saturday, we'll be at the Candlestick State Recreation Area Native Plant Nursery & Community Gardens, and the Yosemite Slough in San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point Area. We'll be engaging in the bioregional aspect of education & engagement.
We will be working along side youth from Literacy for Environmental Justice & experts from the Golden Gate Audubon Society to accomplish migratory bird surveying & native plant restoration at the Yosemite Slough.
Here's a quick time-table for the day:
9:30-10am Pre-meet at the Candlestick State Recreation Area Nursery, Introduction & workshop-workday logistics.
10-12 Caravan to Yosemite Slough/Habitat Restoration/Avian surveying site (3 min away from nursery)
Bird Census & Restoration
12-12:30 Pack up, Travel back to Nursery
12:30-2 or so...... BBQ and celebrate!
Please dress for varied weather (in layers), bring hats, sunglasses, and sunblock, as well as water and a snack (optional, but recommended)
Also, please RSVP so we can organize the necessary resources for the day. Workday will be cancelled ONLY for EXCESSIVE weather, though its expected to be sunny.
Hope to see you there; it'll be fun!