On the Land Outings
Winter Outings 2017
Check back in early March for our spring outings!
Visit With a Mountain Lion
A Special Tour of Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue Near Cotati
March 3 (Friday) 1—2:30pm or 3—4:30pm
One of Sonoma Land Trust’s big projects is keeping the wildlife corridor that extends from Marin to Lake Berryessa open and functioning. Join us for a special tour of Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue for an in-person look at a young mountain lion named Nicole and other species that inhabit the corridor, and observe the work they do to rehabilitate and release native wild animals back into local ecosystems.
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Restoring a Floodplain at Live Oaks Ranch in Knights Valley
With Stewardship Project Manager Trevor George
February 25 (Saturday) 1—4pm
Live Oaks Ranch contains the headwaters of Bidwell Creek, a tributary whose waters eventually reach the Russian River. Restoring upstream habitat keeps rivers and streams clean and healthy for the steelhead, salmon and other animals who depend upon their waters. Join Trevor George for an exploration of the creek and the floodplain, and of the riparian enhancement project currently underway.
Winter Raptors Along the Bay
With Raptor Guide Larry Broderick
Skaggs Island Walk
March 5 (Sunday) 10AM—2PM
Join staff from the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge and learn about the fascinating history of this former naval base, soon destined to be returned to marshland, as we explore the island in search of raptors.
Explore Sears Point
Tidal Marsh Interpretation
Every Saturday, 9AM—Noon
Sonoma Land Trust recently completed a project to restore nearly 1,000 acres of tidal marsh on San Pablo Bay, adjacent to another tidal marsh restoration project that we completed 20 years ago. These lands have become part of the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge and now include 4 miles of the San Francisco Bay Trail, an additional trail between the restored marshes, a non-motorized boat launch and interpretive signs stationed at various points along the way. It is now open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset.
Each Saturday morning throughout the year, volunteer docents are on hand to provide interpretation of the site, discuss its history and the restoration process, and answer questions. Come visit on Saturday mornings and take advantage of their enthusiasm and knowledge to gain an insightful experience at Sonoma County’s premier access to the bay!
Parking area on Reclamation Road just south of the Lakeville Hwy/Hwy 37 intersection.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707.526.6930 ext. 110 for more information.
For more unique opportunties to get on the land, check out our volunteer workdays.