After the early rains, December is the best time to observe the widest variety of mushrooms. Comb the trails with an expert on mushroom identification, J.R. Blair.Find out more »
Corky Quirk returns with her entertaining discussion of the life of bats and their value to the ecosystem. Observe live bats upclose. Designed for kids but adults love her presentations tooFind out more »
There is no limit regards who can attend or what age. We simply want people, and especially children, to enjoy our park. The only camp-out requirement is that you must send an email to me, Jim Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org and inform me of your name and contact info and let me know how many people are attending.Find out more »
Should we plan for 8 inches or 10 feet of sea level rise by the year 2100? A panel discussion and audience participation with David Behar and Jim Steele. David Behar is the Climate Program Director, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. He manages climate adaptation policy for the SFPUC. The SFPUC delivers drinking water to 2.6 million Bay Area residents, generates hydroelectric power, and manages wastewater and stormwater facilities in San Francisco. David served as founding chair of the Water Utility…Find out more »
Join Kathy Kellerman for a talk about the acquisition and restoration of lands, that are making Pacifica a more resilient and vibrant environment for all to enjoy.Find out more »
The August date has been changed to September 8th
Carmen Domingo is the Dean of San Francisco State University's College of Science and Engineering and national leader in promoting women in science. We are honored to have her present her insights from her research in developmental biology describing how a single cell can divide and differentiate to produce all the wonderful organs and tissues that assemble into the amazing individual that you are.Find out more »
In her 2nd presentation designed for children from kindergarten through 8th grade, Stephanie Doyle, aka the Beetle Lady, brings her second delightful presentation that will discuss the amazing transformation that so many insects undergo. From worm-like larvae, many insects magically transform into the curious and beautiful adults that we know as butterflies, beetles and flies. Others look the same and just grow wings.
Stephanie will bring live arthropods to observe and then lead the kids outside to sample our local insects.
To learn more about the Beetle Lady visit her webpage at http://www.beetlelady.comFind out more »
How do you create memories that last? Do you want to improve your nature drawing skills? Would you like to keep a nature journal with your family? Bring pencils a, colored, pencils, and a sketch pad for each family member for a two-hour workshop to get you journaling together. This is an activity for everyone, adults are the role models and kids are the inspiration.Find out more »
In a presentation designed for children from kindergarten through 8th grade, Stephanie Doyle, aka the Beetle Lady, will discuss the amazing diversity of arthropods and highlight some of their fascinating defenses. She will bring live arthropods to observe and then lead the kids outside to sample our local insects.Find out more »