This Juneteenth, we hope you’ll follow the lead of Outdoor Afro and get into nature to reflect on what it means to be free. "'We can't lose sight of what Juneteenth is truly about,' said Outdoor Afro Founder and CEO Rue Mapp in a release. 'There's this false narrative of...
It brought us so much joy to walk in solidarity with the LGBTQ community alongside our partners at the National Park Service and the Presidio Trust in the SF Pride Parade on Sunday, June 26, 2022. It’s moments like this that remind us of the power of community and the...
Over 20 positions open to students enrolled at City College of San Francisco, College of Marin, & San Francisco State University. Placements include natural and cultural resources, education and interpretive programs, communications and media, public affairs, nurseries, museum programs, and more! Learn about current internship openings by watching the 2022...
Thank you to everybody who joined us for a spectacular opening weekend of Presidio Tunnel Tops! From the ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, July 16, to the public opening on Sunday, July 17, it was a weekend full of fun from every angle.
There are 200 varieties of plants that grow in Presidio Tunnel Tops. About half of these plants are native to the Presidio and were grown in the Parks Conservancy's Native Plant Nursery in the park.
We love it when park supporters deepen their commitment in new and meaningful ways, and that's exactly what Hanford ARC has been doing lately.
This graph shows an autumn migration profile, like a cross section of the combined daily Redshoulder hawkwatch counts from 1992 to 2021. Questions we could ask with these data include: What is the best day of the season to see a Red-shouldered Hawk? What is a peak number of Redshoulders...
This graph shows the Red-shouldered Hawk count trend over time. Questions we could ask with these data include: What is the trendline for changes in annual numbers of Redshouldered Hawk sightings at the Golden Gate over the last 30 years? Are Redshoulders increasing or decreasing? The dark swath behind the...