Let’s get out and about! This month we’ll be looking for birds at Neary Lagoon Wildlife Refuge, an oasis for local wildlife in the heart of Santa Cruz. We’ll bring binoculars for each participant and share tips for identifying birds during this one-mile walk.
This program is based on the Museum’s Wetland Walk field trip for 3rd grade students where we explore concepts of seasonal change, migration, and human impacts by exploring this important wetland habitat and recording observations. Families are encouraged to attend, but all ages are welcome.
Saturday, September 4 | 10 a.m. to noon Free (donations appreciated) | Register
Out and About is a monthly series of family-friendly, small group get-togethers exploring Santa Cruz’s diverse natural spaces through guided activities.
Since this program is for youth, we require that all participants wear mask at all times
If you feel sick, stay home
We will walk about a mile on mostly flat trail and bridges. There is a hill to get down to the lagoon from the parking area which we will walk back up at the end of the program.