Wed, May 06|
Creek Tales Nature Walk
Learn about the California beaver, Chinook salmon and steelhead rainbow trout that call the waterways of Santa Clara Valley home!
Time & Location
May 06, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
About the Event
Tune in to this live streamed walk along Los Gatos Creek to learn about the California beaver, Chinook salmon and steelhead rainbow trout that call the waterways of Santa Clara Valley home. We’ll discuss their lifecycle and the miraculous journey of the salmon and trout that make their way under the Golden Gate Bridge and into the South Bay to swim up our local rivers and creeks every year! Some may be longer than 3-feet and weigh as much as 35 pounds! We’ll also identify the plants and trees along the water’s edge known as the riparian corridor and cover why it’s so crucial to the aquatic and terrestrial creatures that live there.
This event is sponsored by Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority a community partnership with Saved By Nature and Virtual Photo Walks to bring you virtual nature from the safety and comfort of your home.
Creek Tale’s Nature Walk