One Tam

Monarch butterfly
Stewardship
Thu, Apr 22 11:00am-12:00pm
Online/Virtual
Using paper, string, and tape you can make a Monarch Butterfly Kite. Join National Park Service Ranger Rebecca Au and Price Sheppy from the Parks Conservancy as they take you step by step through building your own kite to fly on Earth Day!
Monarch butterfly
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Thu, Apr 29 12:00pm-1:00pm
If you are curious about the world around you and want to connect with others, consider joining the fun on iNaturalist in preparation for City Nature Challenge 2021 (April 30- May 9).
Red Legged Frog Monitoring
Stewardship
Fri, Apr 23 12:00pm-1:30pm
Online/Virtual
Join us and learn about the common and uncommon frogs you will see in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Western Pond Turtle Release
Stewardship
Online/Virtual
Learn about what makes the threatened western pond turtle so special and hear about the reintroduction of these turtles back into the Golden Gate Recreation Area.
Waxcaps by David Greenberger via iNaturalist
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Always wanted to know more about the amazing-looking fungi you see emerging each winter? This event is for you!
Green sweat bee (Agapostemon texanus) on flower
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Learn about bird and bee populations on Mt. Tam and the important monitoring work happening in the One Tam region from the scientists who study them.
Waxcaps by David Greenberger via iNaturalist
Events
Discover the meaning and possibility of community science through the world of mushrooms and their enthusiasts.
youth using iNaturalist to identify a plant
Volunteer
“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.” - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Monarch butterfly
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Join us for a webinar about the beautiful and threatened monarch butterfly.
monarch on leaf
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Mount Tamalpais: Mountain Top Trail
Join us virtually for “One Tam Time of Thanks,” to celebrate and give thanks for our beloved mountain.