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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Shadow Cliff’s provides a cool retreat on hot summer days only a mile from downtown Pleasanton.
The park features an …
Jutting out into San Pablo Bay, Point Pinole Regional Shoreline treats visitors to expansive views of the Bay and beyond. …
Come to walk the shoreline trail loop, or wade off the small beach, or just enjoy stunning views of San …
Lake Solano Park sits on the shores of a reservoir on Putah Creek, at the base of the hills southwest …
Warm water in the summer is one of the principle draws of this popular reservoir.
Theearly spring and late fall …
Come observe a series of flourishing restored wetlands, and the shorebirds and ducks that pause or stop here on their …
These connected parks in the east bay hills are favorites of hikers.
Dry Creek park and the adjacent Garin park …
The swimming lagoon here is a magnet for visitors of all ages. NOTE: the Swim Lagoon will be CLOSED for …
Hike this grassy habitat for rattlesnakes, see birds forage the lake, or take the family for a swim at the …
Fishing and birding are favorite activities at this park on the western Delta shoreline.
A 1.1-mile loop trail provides visitors …
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Walkers 50+: Looking for signs of (wild)life
Walkers 50+: Join Ranger Bob Flasher on an easy, almost level walk of under 4 miles, from the Tilden Nature …
Focus on Grasses with Ashley Ratcliffe
This walk will explore the theme “how to look at a grass” and will serve to familiarize those of us …
Ring Mountain Thistle Pull
Come to Ring Mountain to help restore habitat on this special volunteer day. Today we will be following up on …
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