Families are invited to join Santa Clara Audubon and over 25 other environmental organizations to celebrate nature and wildlife. Activities include birdhouse and bird feeder building, a scavenger hunt, educational presentations, and a wildlife poster contest. Live animals animal attractions include birds, reptiles, Big Cats, and more!
Children ages 4 and up are also invited to participate in our “California Native Wildlife” logo contest. Poster contest details available online at http://www.scvas.org/pdf/Flyer_EdDay_Logo_Contest.pdf. Winning artwork will be used for event promotional material and displayed during the Wildlife Education Day festival.
For “Early Birds,” SCVAS will hold a guided shorebird walk at Charleston Slough in Mountain View’s Baylands at 8:00 a.m. Following the walk, participants are encouraged to caravan to the Wildlife Education Day festivities in Cupertino. RSVP is required for the walk ONLY.
NOTE: Free parking is available at Blackberry Farm and Monta Vista High School.