Join Dr. Stu Weiss, POST, and the Open Space Authority for an exciting discussion on the flora and fauna of Coyote Ridge Open Space Preserve
Join Dr. Stu Weiss, a champion for the unique history and conservation significance of Coyote Ridge. Explore the connections that exist between humans, butterflies, plants, and a rare soil type. This exciting hour-long presentation will be followed by 30 minutes for questions with the audience. Learn why our local wildflower blooms are so unique and deserving of our protection! Registration required. (Sales end March 2nd.)
Coyote Ridge Open Space Preserve comprises 1,831 pristine acres located in the Diablo Range foothills in southern Santa Clara County. The preserve offers spectacular wildflower displays paired with stunning views over the Coyote Valley. The rare serpentine grassland provides critical habitat for over a dozen threatened and rare species, including Bay checkerspot butterflies, Metcalf Canyon jewelflowers, burrowing owls, golden eagles, and more.
Learn more about the Diablo Range, Coyote Ridge, and the unique characteristics of this incredible piece of California’s natural heritage in this article from Bay Nature Magazine.