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.

Sonoma Moments

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

Peek into the life of bears in Sonoma County

Wildflowers at Sears Point

La naturaleza está en todas partes, ¡incluso en tu propio vecindario!

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

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

Language of the Land

Vernal Pools of the Santa Rosa Plain

Spotting Otters Around the Bay

30×30 California

Soundscapes to Landscapes

SDC and the Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor

CALM Amidst the Storm

Sonoma Coast from Surface to Seafloor

Adapting to Rising Waters

Traditional Use of Fire with Margo Robbins of the Yurok Tribe

Las pozas vernales de la llanura

Reconociendo las nutrias de río

30×30 de California

Paisajes Sonoros a Paisajes de Tierra

A Peek Into the Wood-Wide Web

Wildflowers, Wildlife and the Wild Within

The California Serengeti

Winter Abundance – Turkey Tails to Miner’s Lettuce

The Russian River and its Watershed book release party

Fall Hawk Migration

Monarchs: A Migration of Souls

Birdwatching to Reduce Stress

Early Struggles for Civil Rights in Sonoma Valley

Being With Bears: Learning the Bear Necessities Webinar

For kids: Learn all about salt marsh ecosystems!

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

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

Learn all about wildlife and corridors in Sonoma County

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

Learn about flora at Sears point from our friends at San Francisco Botanical Gardens