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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 07, 2015-
Mar 07, 2015
10:00AM - 01:00PM
Wildflower Walk
Nature Walk
Sonoma,
Jack London State Historic Park
Event Description

 

First of 2015 Nature Series at

JACK LONDON STATE HISTORIC PARK

Walk into Early Spring: March 7

 

 

Take a walk into early spring with the first “Wildflower Walk” of the 2015 Nature Series at Jack London State Historic Park on Saturday, March 7. Led by Park naturalists Deborah Large and John Lynch and bird expert Ken Ackerman the focus for this slow paced
4-mile nature walk will be exploring the wildflowers, birds and other animals as they adapt to the early spring conditions at the Park. Early floral bloomers to discover will include Indian Warrior, Star Lily, Canyon Delphinium, Milkmaids and Western Trillium and more
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WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 7 from 10 am to 1:00 pm
Wear sturdy shoes and bring water, snacks, binoculars & cameras.
Moderate walk for all ages 15 and up.

 

WHERE: Meet in the Ranch Parking Lot of Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen (NOTE: Heavy rain cancels walk; check website)

 

Admission is $10 per person and can be arranged in advance online at www.jacklondonpark.com.
(Additional Parking fee is $10 per car and is paid at kiosk upon entering)

Fee: $10.00

Contact Information
Name: Jack London State Historic Park     Email: info@jacklondonpark.com
Phone: 707-938-5216

 

 

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