Bring your friends and family and join us for NatureBridge’s sixth annual Hike the Headlands event: an exciting day of exploration in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Discover the Headlands with a NatureBridge educator and engage in hands-on science activities in the learning labs. There will be live music, delicious food, art, vendors and beautiful hikes that accommodate all levels and backgrounds.
Earn your Jr. Ranger badge as we explore China Camp’s majestic oak trees and the insects and animals that call them home.
Enjoy the late-season flowers, changing sounds and smells, and warmer days with guided hikes at 11am and 2pm offered by our volunteer Nature Guides, with summer celebration activities and crafts throughout the day.
China Camp Village Museum, China Camp State Park Age: Best for ages 7 to 11, accompanied by an adult Admission: Free
Join volunteer Nature Guide Marty on July 20th as we discover the faultline that has defined the San Francisco Bay Area, learn about its movements, the tectonic plates, and more… and have a look at the lagoon through scopes and binoculars, through which the San Andreas runs!
WildCare's beloved Family Adventures / Aventuras Familiares programs are back, and our next hike is this upcoming Saturday.
Parents, bring your 0-5 year olds to the Martin Griffin Preserve of Audubon Canyon Ranch to join ACR and Little Folkies Family Band for a day of Music and Nature Exploration!
Join us for two-hour guided forest bathing sessions with certified forest bathing instructor Joey (Iris) Heusler at 11am and 2pm!
Want to see a vivid dancer, or a painted lady, or a swallowtail? And what’s a dragonfly naiad? On June 22nd, join volunteer Nature Guide Leslie for guided hikes at 11am and 2pm to see the wonders of dragonflies, damselflies, and butterflies from eggs to flight!
The UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley presents “Bug Day”, a family-friendly interactive event that explores the world of insects. From plant-eating bugs to bug-eating plants, “good bugs” and “bad bugs,” insects that travel through water, soil or air, the beautiful and the bizarre, there is so much to discover. Visit a variety of stations presented by Garden Docents and community organizations featuring live insects, butterfly crafts, honey tasting, and more!
Spend a morning walking and talking with experts on the evolution and ecology of marshes in Richardson Bay, and see rare marsh flora in bloom.