Nature at home

Nature at home

During these unprecedented times, we’re pulling out all the stops to connect you with the beauty of Sonoma County through virtual outings, presentations, games and more. We’ve got activities for adults and kids alike, in English and Spanish! Click through our free content below and enjoy connecting with nature from home.

Craft your way through the life cycle of the monarch butterfly

Learn about how we’re protecting critical wildlife habitat at McCormick Ranch

Make your Zoom meetings a little more wild with our free wildlife Zoom backgrounds 🐾

Learn all about wildlife and corridors in Sonoma County

Grab a pen and paper and learn how to nature journal from John Muir Laws

Color and learn about native flowers in English or en español 

Title page of coloring book spanish
Title page of coloring book

Play Lotería and connect to la naturaleza with the whole family 

Virtually tour this year’s bloom at Sears Point

Get an extensive look into the history of fire and plant life in Sonoma County

Read a good book inspired by nature

Relax to the sights and sounds of a flowing creek and a calm meadow

Learn about the return of thousands of birds to San Pablo Bay

Use iNaturalist as a tool for citizen science with co-director Ken-ichi Ueda

For kids: Learn all about salt marsh ecosystems!

Being With Bears: Learning the Bear Necessities Webinar

Early Struggles for Civil Rights in Sonoma Valley

Monarchs: A Migration of Souls

Language of the Land: The California Serengeti

Winter Abundance – Turkey Tails to Miner’s Lettuce

Peek into the life of bears in Sonoma County

Protecting Sonoma County: Doug McConnell and Eamon O’Byrne on the Future of Land Conservation

Birdwatching to Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Social Isolation

Language of the Land: Fall Hawk Migration

The Russian River and its Watershed book release party