February 2, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Pacific Beach, CA 92109
!!!!!LATE BREAKING UPDATE!!!!! As of January 31 @ 11:30 a.m. this event is being rescheduled to Sunday, February 10 due to torrential rain forecast for Saturday, February 2. On Feburary 1st or 2nd, details for the new event will be posted as a separate item on our calendar for February 10th. Please check back. We will also send out an email blast on February 1st with more information.
Join the San Diego Audubon Society, the Friends of Rose Creek, and the University of California Natural Reserve System on Saturday, February 2nd for the 14th annual celebration of our local wetlands – why they matter, how they are threatened, and what you can do to help!
You’ll have a unique opportunity to experience a reserve that is normally closed to the public because of its fragile habitat. There will be marsh walks, presentations by local environmental groups and other fun educational activities. If possible, bring rain boots for the marsh walk and be prepared for some muddy fun. This is a family friendly event, so bring your future conservationists too!
This year Love Your Wetlands Day will take place at the Kendall-Frost Marsh, Crown Point Shores adjacent to the Northern Wildlife Preserve, and at Rose Creek, just east of the Mike Gotch Bridge. We’ll have fun activities for kids and other special events.
Location of Events (bring your bicycle!)
Tentative timeline of events (subject to change up to a few days before).