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Bobcat
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Marin Municipal Water District Office
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife.
Bobcat
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Marin Municipal Water District Office
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife.
Bothin Marsh
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Park Ranger Greg Reza will lead participants through an interactive reading of A Stone Sat Still, a new book by Caldecott Honor recipient Brendan Wenzel being featured at Bothin Marsh.
Bothin Marsh
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Author Brendan Wenzel reads A Stone Sat Still, his new book featured in the StoryWalk at Bothin Marsh
Bothin Marsh
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Marin City Library
Author Brendan Wenzel reads A Stone Sat Still, his new book featured in the StoryWalk at Bothin Marsh
Bothin Marsh
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Mill Valley Library
Author Brendan Wenzel reads A Stone Sat Still, his new book featured in the StoryWalk at Bothin Marsh.
Bobcat
event
Marin Municipal Water District Office
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife.
Female coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in Redwood Creek.
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Leo T Cronin Fish Viewing Area
Join MMWD Fisheries biologist and conservation staff to learn about the amazing life cycle of our coho salmon, and about MMWD and other local efforts to protect this endangered population. We’ll walk along Lagunitas creek and learn to identify redds (salmon nests) and if we’re lucky, we may spot a...
Alpine Lake
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Alpine Dam
Alpine Dam celebrates its 100th birthday this summer! In celebration of this centennial, join MMWD Ranger Matt Cerkel at this spectacular location for a historical walking tour of the dam. This will be an easy going walk along paved and concrete surfaces. Binoculars recommended. Meeting location : We'll meet at...
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Rock Spring Trailhead (intersection of Pantoll Rd & Ridgecrest Blvd)
Join Parks Conservancy Photographer Paul Myers for our annual photography walk!