Each year, the Bufferlands plays host to a number of public tours and events that offer unique opportunities to get close to nature. Click on the links below to get a full description of the adventures that lie in store for you!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore some of the Great Central Valley habitats at dusk on the Bufferlands. During the tour participants may have a chance to see beavers, river otters, muskrats, raccoons, owls and more.
Please wear appropriate clothing for walking on trails and bring water and binoculars, if you have a pair. Please contact Chris Conard at (916) 876-9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your reservation and meeting location. Please note, we can only take reservations the week preceding the event.
Come enjoy the Upper Beach Lake wildlife area at your own pace. Trails will be marked and open to stroll around the wetlands, lakes, and riparian forests in this beautiful part of the Sacramento area. Bring a camera or binoculars, as there are always plenty of birds to see this time of year, including nesting herons, egrets, and cormorants. The endangered Swainson’s hawks and other raptors are typically soaring in the area, as well. Mammal sightings could range from jack rabbits and deer to beavers and river otters. In addition, the riparian trees and wetland plants are in full foliage and beauty.
Each person will be required to sign in with a Bufferlands biologist on arrival to receive maps and other information. Access will be the same as for Walk on the Wildside, via Freeport Boulevard into Beach Lake Park (directions here).
Please check back here for updates and details.
For more information, please contact Roger Jones at (916) 875-9174 or preferably via email at email@example.com.
Each fall, the riparian forests and wetlands change colors from lush greens to the familiar shades of autumn. Many species of wildlife leave the area, while many others come into the valley to spend the winter. Come see and listen as our biologists explain the physiological and ecological reasons behind these changes.
The meeting location is weather-dependent, so please contact Roger Jones at (916) 875-9174 or firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your reservation and meeting location. Please note, we can only take reservations the week preceding the event.
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