In the Field
Throughout the year, Bay Nature Institute organizes guided walks, hikes, and other types of outings to some of the parks and open spaces that we cover in the magazine. We find expert guides who can provide a deeper understanding of the places we visit, from Henry W. Coe State Park near Gilroy, to Fort Funston in San Francisco, to Tomales Dunes in West Marin.
These outings are without charge, except for fees for parking, park entrance, transport, or equipment rental (as in the case of kayak outings). Reservations are required for most outings and they almost always fill to their limit well before the date. To find out in advance about upcoming hikes, subscribe to the magazine and/or sign up on our hikes email list by writing to email@example.com.
Better yet, become a member of Bay Nature’s Publisher’s Circle with a donation of $500 or more, and receive priority spaces on all Bay Nature In the Field programs, as well as invitations to exclusive hikes and special events.
Get the details on our upcoming events.
Or sign up for an upcoming hike here:
Saturday, May 18: Springtime blooms on Mount Wanda
Join us for a wildflower walk at Mount Wanda in Martinez, where we’ll learn about the California Phenology Project, a citizen-science effort to help climate change research. Get the details, and then sign up. RSVP required.
Have questions about any of these outings? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you pronto.