Celebrate San Francisco Bay Birds at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline (Oakland)
Sat Jan 5, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, 2013 MLK Shoreline (Oakland)
In partnership with East Bay Regional Park District
It is National Bird Day and the San Francisco Bay is teeming with great egrets, canvasbacks, godwits, willets, black-necked stilts and long-billed curlews. Volunteering at the gorgeous MLK Jr. Shoreline Park gives you a chance to restore wetlands that provide essential habitat to millions of birds that migrate along the Pacific Flyway. By helping us plant their favorite native species you provide shelter, food, and nesting materials to get them through winter’s rainy days.
Due to the sensitive nature of the restoration site, space is limited and RSVP is requested. You must fill out the online registration form below to register yourself or a group of 10 people or less.
If you need more information about this or other events or if you would like to sign up a group larger than 10 people please contact Natalie LaKeidan at (510) 463-6809 or email bayevents@saveSFbay.org.
No experience necessary. Gloves, tools and instruction provided. Each event is led by Save The Bay staff certified in CPR and Wilderness First Aid and all site projects have been planned to ensure safety.
If you would like to schedule a private restoration program for your employee team, visit www.saveSFbay.org/cbs. If you are interested in scheduling a school restoration program, visit: www.saveSFbay.org/restoration-education-programs.