East Bay Regional Parks Virtual tours: Wildlife of the City and Parkland/Urban Interface

East Bay Regional Parks Virtual tours: Wildlife of the City and Parkland/Urban Interface

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Dec 16

East Bay Regional Parks Virtual Tours
Dec 16, 3-4pm
Cozy up to your Zoom portal of choice during the cold winter months and enjoy the great East Bay outdoors from the warmth and comfort of your couch. Naturalist Michael Charnofsky will guide us through the variety of wildlife that inhabit all the different topographies of our local environment. To RSVP and receive Zoom access, contact Community Services Admin Assistant Jaclyne Atoigue at jatoigue@lighthouse-sf.org or 510-925-9243.

Dec 16, 3-4pm
Wildlife of the City and Parkland/Urban Interface
We may be surprised by the wildlife that thrives in cities. We will also explore how that wildlife changes as urban areas merge into parkland.

January, Date TBA
Wildlife of the San Francisco Bay and Shorelines
Although the SF Bay is much different now than 200 years ago, it is still home to a fascinating array of wildlife big and small.

February, Date TBA
Wildlife of the Hills Surrounding the San Francisco Bay
Mountain lions, ring-tailed cats, and badgers are just some of the animals we will learn about in an overview of rare and common animals of our beautiful San Francisco Bay hills.

March, Date TBA
Birdsongs and Other Sounds of San Francisco Bay Area Wildlife: Do you know this sound? Who made it? We’ll listen to many of the most common animal sounds that you can hear in both urban and wild land areas.

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