Meet in front of the Fort Mason Community Garden to explore several different habitats in this compact part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The focus will be looking for migrants. The garden and the battery could have Orioles, Warblers, Tanagers and Flycatchers. We’ll also scan Aquatic Park for shorebirds and water birds. Restroom in meadow, ample parking if there is no race on the waterfront (also easily accessible by transit). Most of the walk is flat, on mostly paved walkways, but there is one short steep descent to the waterfront. Benches are in the garden for resting if needed. Heavy rain cancels.
Leader: David Assmann, DAVID_ASSMANN@YAHOO.COM
This trip is free but advance registration is required. Registration will open two weeks before the trip and close at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16. Directions for registered participants are below.
Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:
Walk is limited to 25 participants plus the leaders. There will not be a waiting list.
Participants must register online and acknowledge acceptance of our liability waiver. Each person must register separately. No “drop ins,” please.
Thank you for your flexibility in helping us ensure that everyone remains healthy! Because we have to limit the size of trips, please do not sign up unless you are committed to attending.
Meet in front of the Fort Mason Community Garden. We will also walk to Aquatic Park. Restroom in meadow, ample parking if there is no race on the waterfront (also easily accessible by transit).