Rodeo Valley winds through the heart of the Marin Headlands and is edged by grassy, wind-swept hillsides. The valley and lagoon offer habitat for birds, butterflies, and bobcats—as well as miles of backcountry and coastal trails.

Rodeo Lagoon is a favorite birdwatching spot in the Rodeo Valley area. Here you will see egrets, ducks, and other birds feeding and resting in the shallow wetlands. Rodeo Lagoon is also home to the endangered tidewater goby, a small fish that burrows in the lagoon’s soft shoreline sediment.

In order to protect these sensitive species, people and pets are not allowed in any part of Rodeo Lagoon.



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