October 8, 2014
Audience: Adults, High School Students, Public, Middle School Students, Families, Seniors, Elementary School Students
Location: Marin County, Muir Woods National Monument
Event Type: Environment/Science, Birds/Wildlife, Tours/Walk/Recreation
During this moderate, two-mile night walk, discover what nocturnal animals are and how their adaptations help them survive.
By playing with flashlights and using a form of Morse code, learn about the effects of light pollution on nocturnal animals.
Meet at the Visitor Center.
Bring water, snack, and two flashlights.
Dress in layers. Wear sturdy hiking shoes.
Entrance fee applies.
Reservations required; call (415) 388-2596.