The San Pedro Creek Watershed Coalition (SPCWC) is seeking input on its revised 2017 Work Plan from citizens at a meeting on Saturday, February 24th from 2:00-4:00pm at the Visitor Center in the SPV County Park.Find out more »
A 1 PM talk on fern biology and identifying characteristics followed by a hike to observe the parks fernsFind out more »
Wildlife Assocatiates will bring a boa constrictor, tortoise, alligator, tarantula and monitor lizard live and "on stage", to the Visitor Center of San Pedro Valley Park .
Expert handlers plan to "dispel myths and explore the importance these animals have in nature's diverse web of life", helping us see the significance of their existence, as well as that of the reptiles and spiders of our Park.Find out more »
During a short walk around the park, Jim will introduce his techniques for characterizing birdsong into manageable "chunks" allowing you to identify a bird by its song.Find out more »
Gaia describes how all the earth's organisms interact to affect climate and environment. This talk will explore how marine organisms like coral and plankton quickly absorb CO2 via photosynthesis, and how that CO2 passes through the food web to create the biological pump which moves CO2 from the surface and stores it in the deep ocean for centuries and millennia.Find out more »
Mike Vasey will give a brief talk at 10 AM about the micro-climates and micro-habitats of San Pedro Valley Park followed by up the Brooks Falls and Montara Mountain trails to the fire road and then down to some outstanding rocky outcrops above the saddle between Montara Mountain and San Pedro Mountain.Find out more »
During a short walk around the park, Jim will introduce his techniques for characterizing birdsong into manageable "chunks" allowing you to identify a bird by its song. This repeat of the April walk is great for beginners as well as a good refresher for those who attended in April.Find out more »