Join biologists Bryan Young and Shawn Petrash along with our Bufferlands docent team for a guided hike through the grassland, wetland and riparian habitats of the 2,000+ acre open space preserve surrounding the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. It’s a great time of the year to identify a wide variety of plants that are in bloom and to see a number of the 245 different bird species that have been recorded on the property.
If you would like to attend, please send an email to Bryan Young at email@example.com. Bryan will provide directions to a meet up location and can answer any questions that you have about the excursion. We have a new rally point that we are excited to utilize for this event. From the meeting location we will caravan to the trailhead.
Be prepared for a cool morning but rapidly warming day. We plan to cover 1 to 2 miles of trails. Binoculars and cameras are encouraged. Please leave your pets at home.