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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 19, 2012-
May 19, 2012
10:30AM - 03:00PM
Audubon Canyon Ranch’s ‘Pond Day’ at Martin Griffin Preserve
explore three ponds at Martin Griffin Preserve using microscopes, nets, buckets, tubs, and field guides. Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR) Ranch Guide volunteers will be available to answer questions about the diverse aquatic life living in the pond.
Marin,
4900 Shoreline highway 1, Stinson Beach, CA 94970
Event Description

Visitors to the 1,000-acre Martin Griffin Preserve can explore three ponds at the preserve using microscopes, nets, buckets, tubs, and field guides. Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR) Ranch Guide volunteers will be available to answer questions about the diverse aquatic life living in the pond.

The ponds at the Preserve are full of life. During Pond Day, ACR biologists and volunteers encourage visitors to explore and discover the amazing critters who live there, and to get a deeper understanding and appreciation for them. When you look closely, you will be amazed at the number of critters who rely on the pond ecosystem.

In previous years visitors have seen:

    Damselflies emerging from their juvenile exoskeletons to turn into winged adults

    Giant toe-biter males with eggs glued on their backs

    Waterboatmen, backswimmers, phantom midge larvae

    Damselfly and dragonfly juveniles

    Newts and larval newts

    Tree frogs and tadpoles

Pond Day occurs during the height of the nesting season for Great Egrets at one of the most studied nesting sites on the West Coast, where the preserve averages 100 nests each year.

Admission to Martin Griffin Preserve is free of charge. A suggested donation of $15 is appreciated.

For more information call 415-868-9244 or visit www.egret.org

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Audubon Canyon Ranch     Email: acr@egret.org
Phone: 415-868-9244

 

 

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