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Twain's Frog & the Beautiful Serpent: Hike at Mori Point & Sharp Park

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  • Mori Point Entrance Gate

    Bradford Way and Mori Point Road, Pacifica, CA (map)

    37.619236 -122.486435

  • Look for us near the only public bathrooms in the area.
  • Join Wild Equity’s Brent Plater for an exploration of the Bay Area’s best spot to see and save two wondrous and imperiled animals: the California Red-legged Frog and the San Francisco Garter Snake. You'll stroll through Mori Point, one of the Bay Area's newest national parks, to search for these critters, and then learn about the species' greatest threat: a taxpayer-bailout of the money-losing, endangered species-killing Sharp Park Golf Course.  

    The fate of the land will likely be decided on December 15 when the City will vote on this terrible proposal. Only wildlife enthusiasts like you will be able to create a more sustainable and equitable world for all—including the plants and animals that accompany us on Earth. So join us December 11 at 11am at the Mori Point Entrance Gate rain or shine so you can see these animals, learn about the proposal to redevelop Sharp Park Golf Course, and find out how you can help create a better world for all.

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  • Angelique M

    Is it okay if I bring my 10-year-old?


    • Brent P.

      Absolutely! This is a good tour for kids of all ages.


  • Maarten B.

    I would probably like to join. Is it easy to reach by public transport? I also have a bike, so going by caltrain and then by bike is also possible, if it is not too far from a caltrain station

    December 1

    • Maarten B.

      Thank you for the information! I think I prefer to go by bike then! What's the closest station to leave, San Bruno?

      December 1

    • Brent P.

      I don't know the answer to that question. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.

      December 2

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