Bay Nature's Event Calendar

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Bird Walk – Hayward Shoreline

Gary Giacomini Preserve (Marin County: San Geronimo)

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1st day – East Bay Hills Trails Benefit Hike and Ride

Demystifying Drip Irrigation

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2nd Day-East Bay Hills Trails Benefit Hike and Ride

Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast: Book talk and author signing! (Oakland)

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3rd Day East Bay Hills Trails Benefit Hike and Ride

Garden Volunteer Day- First Friday of the Month!

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4th day-East Bay Hills Trails Benefit Hike and Ride

Aramburu Island Enhancement

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5th Day-East Bay Hills Trails Benefit Hike and Ride

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Celebrate World Shorebirds Day

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Nature for Kids: Spiders at Lake Lagunitas

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The Nature of Music: Raven Chacon

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Citizen Science Workshop: Introduction to iNaturalist

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Painting in the Rose Garden

STARGAZING at RUSH RANCH

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: TRAIL CREW AT LYNCH CANYON

Bird Walk – Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility

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Homestead Hike, Black Diamond Mines (East Bay)

Annual Pancake Breakfast and Native Plant Sale

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Conservation of Liveforevers: Threats and New Species

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Spiders at Lake Lagunitas

Marin Green Drinks

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A 100% Renewable Sonoma County!

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Citizen Science Workshop: Introduction to iNaturalist

BIRDERS: THE CENTRAL PARK EFFECT – One Showing Only! An Evening with Filmmaker Jeffrey Kimball A Private Screening to Benefit the Laguna Foundation

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California State Parks Backpacking Adventures: Butano to Waddell- The Trail Less Traveled

Recharge Your Lunch: National Drive Electric Event

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California State Parks Backpacking Adventures: Butano to Waddell- The Trail Less Traveled

Interstellar Journey: A Monthly Night Sky Exploration

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California State Parks Backpacking Adventures: Butano to Waddell- The Trail Less Traveled

Tennessee Valley History Hike

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Natural Mystic – Art Exhibition

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Annual Fall Migration at Point Reyes

The Wonder of Opening Creeks – and an Opening to the City of the Future, I Wonder?

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The Top Five Myths of Solar

Albany Hill walk for ages 50+

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Russian River Confluence Tributary Event ~ Farming & Eating in the Russian River Watershed

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Ongoing Events


Event: Common Ground: A Celebration of Our National Parks


Exhibition Dates: May 20 -  September 8, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, May 20, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, FREE ($10 suggested donation) Exhibition Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm; Saturdays, 10 am - 2 pm

The David Brower Center is pleased to present the juried group exhibition, Common Ground: A Celebration of our National Parks... more

Event: Photo Exhibit: WILD OUT THERE Charismatic Creatures of the Marin Headlands


20 photographs by Dave Strauss will be on display from September 3rd through November 6th, 2016 at the Greening Gallery, located within the Marin Headlands Visitor Center at Fort Barry (GGNRA) near Sausalito. There will be an informal reception at the Visitor Center on October 9th from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. ... more

Event: Art/Act Award and Exhibition: The Canary Project


The David Brower Center is pleased to present its eighth annual Art/Act Award and Exhibition, Art/Act: The Canary Project honoring the prolific arts initiative The Canary Project. The exhibition presents an overview of The Canary Project work and a more in depth look at a current project regarding water issues in California called Water Gold Soil: The... more

Event: Olompali Bird Walk


It's always an exciting time to bird watch at Olompali State Historic Park!  Beginning and experienced birders are invited to join leaders Janet Bodle and Rich Cimino of Yellowbilled Tours to view Olompali's diverse avian residents as we walk the old ranch road past the park's reservoir.  Expect to see some migrating species as well as a wide variety of species who thrive in the park's oak savan... more

Event: Save the Bay Day


Bay Day is like Earth Day – for San Francisco Bay. It is one official day every year for the entire Bay Area to come together and celebrate the Bay. Don’t be fooled by the bridges, levees, and city skylines—the Bay is wild and alive. In fact, it’s the largest and most ecologically important estuary on the west coast. When we take one day each year to celebrate this amazing natural reso... more

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