Mission Blue Butterfly Restoration | Sausalito
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
Enjoy stunning vistas and work-off those holiday calories while removing invasive French Broom from Mission blue butterfly habitat in the Marin Headlands. Join Price Sheppy of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy at Alta Avenue, set atop a ridgeline above Sausalito and Marin City.
This event is part of the Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year 2010
Dress in warm layers, wear sturdy shoes and bring lots of friends! We provide snacks, tools and gloves. Meeting spot is Alta Avenue entrance gate. Group limit is 30 people. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org. A carpool is available from Fort Mason, Building 34 – the third duplex on your left (leaving at 9:15 a.m.). Carpool RSVP required, call Price Sheppy 1-415-729-8076. Limited supply of T-shirts will be given to paricipants (while supplies last).
Other Trips for January 2010:
January 16, 2010: Coho Salmon and Steelhead Trout Walk
January 23, 2010: Snake and Frog Habitat Restoration
January 30, 2010: Sea Watch
About the Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year 2010: The Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year is a race against time to observe each of the 36 endangered and threatened species found within the Golden Gate National Parks, while taking 36 discrete conservation recovery actions that will help prevent these species from going extinct.
It is a free competitive event where the person who sees and helps the most species between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010, will win the Big Year.
Go online to www.wildequity.org and sign up for the Big Year and go to the calendar to see the upcoming Big Year trips and activities.
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