Sun, Mar 21|
Wildflowers of the South Bay
Community Hike Limited to 3 households of 3 or more people (one family per household)
Time & Location
Mar 21, 2021, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
South Bay, South San Jose, San Jose, CA 95120, USA
About the Event
Federally endangered Santa Clara Valley Dudleya, Desert dandelion, Bird's-eyes Gilia, blue dicks, golden yarrow, owl's clover and so much more!
Take a special Springtime tour with Saved By Nature and the Land Trust of Santa Clara Valley to experience a beautiful wildflower bloom and lunch on the hilltop!
The unique serpentine soil found on this magnificent ecological preserve has evolved with our native California wildflowers and can produce impressive displays of color. Join us for a rare opportunity to visit!
This Preserve is dedicated to the protection of the Bay checkerspot butterfly, the California Red-legged frog, and other threatened and endangered species. It is located on the southern edge of San Jose.
This location has not been opened for public access so we will not be disclosing the location. Registered participants will be emailed the meet up location.
This event is made possible by Saved By Nature and Land Trust of Santa Clara Valley a community partnership to bring you virtual nature from the safety and comfort of your home.
This project was funded in part by the Open Space Authority Urban Grant Program.
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