You are invited to join the Wild Equity Institute for a leisurely stroll through Mori Point in search of the two of the most imperiled species on the San Francisco Peninsula: the San Francisco Garter Snake (http://wildequity.org/species/23) and the California Red-legged Frog (http://wildequity.org/species/22). Learn about the ongoing habitat restoration at Mori Point and the efforts being taken to save the snakes and the frogs from extinction (http://wildequity.org/alerts/257).
Keep your fingers crossed for rain. We might find frog egg masses if it rains enough before our trip.
Be sure to pack your binoculars because Mori Point is wonderful place to see birds and other wildlife. This is a great outing for kids too!
Meet at the Mori Point Entrance Gate, at the intersection of Bradford Way and Mori Point Road, Pacifica, CA, 94044. This event is rain or shine.
Learn more about these two species at:
California Red-legged Frog http://wildequity.org/species/22
San Francisco Garter Snake http://wildequity.org/species/23