Exploring the San Lorenzo River – FREE series

This series is co-hosted with the Coastal Watershed Council

February 3 – April 21
10 AM – 12 PM
Pre-Registration Required
FREE – Open to all ages
San Lorenzo River (various locations)

This series of FREE walks hosted by the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History and Coastal Watershed Council aims to connect our community with the San Lorenzo River. The San Lorenzo River watershed is home to you and me, AND all sorts of birds and bugs, fish and fungus, plants and amphibians. Learn about the wildlife that lives in and along the river during the 2nd Annual Exploring the San Lorenzo River Series!

Join expert birders, wildlife specialists, and fisheries biologists on guided walks along the river, to learn and connect with this beautiful natural resource in our own back yards. At the culmination of these walks we will celebrate Earth Day with a citizen science “BioBlitz” to capture biodiversity data along the river.

The following tours alternate between locations in the upper and lower watershed. On the registration page (hosted by CWC), you will find more information and locations for each tour:

 Click Here to SIGN UP TODAY! 

This series is sponsored in part by the San Lorenzo Valley Water District and Clif Bar Family Foundation

We are happy to welcome speakers and collaborators from Santa Cruz County Parks, and many other wonderful local organizations that share our goals of connecting people with the river.