Events for July 7, 2018
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Join experienced MTRP Tracking Team members for an adventure in wildlife tracking on the Oak Grove Loop Trail. Learn the art of discovering and identifying tracks and other signs left behind by the park’s seldom-seen wildlife. These easy walks are suitable for the whole family. Walks start from the front of the Visitor Center on … Continue reading "Wildlife Tracking Walk"Find out more »
Join an MTRP Trail Guide on a guided nature walk and learn about the plants, animals, geology, history, and ecology of the park on one of these scenic trails: • The Oak Grove Loop showcasing majestic coast live oaks and rare Engelmann’s oaks. • The Visitor Center Loop highlighting coastal sage scrub, chaparral, and riparian … Continue reading "Guided Nature Walk from the Visitor Center"Find out more »
Join MTRP volunteer Trail Guide Don Endicott for a twilight interpretive walk to learn about bats – the amazing and often misunderstood nighttime aerialists. *** Space is limited, so sign-up at 619-668-3281 *** Nine native species call MTRP home, including the largest and smallest in North America and the world’s fastest animal! Warm summertime evenings … Continue reading "Summer Twilight Walk – Bats"Find out more »
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