FULL 8/21 Exploring the Burn Zone: Bonny Doon Ecological Reserve
The Bonny Doon Ecological Reserve is an example of the unique Santa Cruz sandhills habitat and home to many of our local rare plants. It has also experienced multiple fire events since 2008, including last year’s CZU Lightning Complex.
During this Exploring the Burn Zone Walk, Marisa Gomez, Public Programs Manager at the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, will help you hunt for rare plants, explore the impacts of fire on the landscape, and gather safely with your community in nature. We’ll also collect data as part of the CZU Lightning Complex and Community Science Project.
Saturday, August 21 | 10 a.m. to noon THIS PROGRAM HAS REACHED CAPACITY
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CZU AND YOU: Exploring the Burn Zone Walks
Witness the impacts of the CZU Lightning Complex fires with your own eyes through this series of walks exploring different habitats that burned last August. Throughout the series, naturalists from the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, California Native Plant Society, and California State Parks will guide you through your explorations and provide resources to help you contribute data through the Museum’s CZU Lightning Complex and Community Science Project.