Saturday, Jan. 12th 1-4pm
The San Diego Audubon Society and Aquatic Adventures invite you to help gather important scientific data on the Mangrove plants and remove this invasive species to restore this rare coastal salt marsh to benefit the endangered Light-Footed Clapper Rail and Belding Savannah Sparrow. This is a great way to meet your fellow community members and contribute to the betterment of the Mission Bay environment.
Remember to wear long pants, old clothes, and sturdy water-proof shoes. Water, snacks, gloves and tools will be provided.
As required by the San Diego City Parks Department, for volunteers 17 and under, a parent or guardian must sign a waiver for each child at the start of the event. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
The project site can be accessed via Campland at 2211 Pacific Beach Dr. Parking is available at the end of Pacific Beach Drive just outside the main entrance. Proceed through the Campland entrance, take your 2nd right on Great Blue Heron Run and follow signs to Riding Hood Wood Park on the left.
RSVP for this event at (619) 682-7210 or Dougherty@sandiegoaudubon.org