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|Spotted Owl Global Work Party with 350.org|
|Date||Sunday October 10|
|Time||10:15 AM - 2:15 PM|
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|Meet at the Muir Woods National Monument Entrance Gate, Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, CA, 94941. See event directions at http://wildequity.org/events.|
Join the Wild Equity Institute’s Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year, the Center for Biological Diversity, and Muir Woods National Monument as we participate in 350.org’s climate change work party day. We’ll spend the late morning defending the threatened Northern Spotted Owl’s habitat from climate change impacts by reducing man-made stressors and improving habitat conditions for the species inside Muir Woods. Then after a BYO lunch, we’ll take an easy stroll through the Monument to search for this impressive and imperiled owl. Come dressed and prepared for light manual labor and walking in the woods. There is a limit of 20 participants for this event. RSVP Required: within the event info, http://wildequity.org/events/3145. This activity counts towards the $1,000 grand prize for the GGNP Endangered Species Big Year! Meet at the Muir Woods National Monument Entrance Gate, Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, CA, 94941. Please consider walking, biking, carpooling, or taking the West Marin Stage and walking to this event. Additional public transit information is available at 511.org. Rain or Shine.Added to the calendar on Saturday Oct 2nd, 2010 10:01 AM
Part of the GGNP Endangered Species Big Year, a race against time to see and save the Park’s endangered species. For more info: http://wildequity.org and see the calendar for upcoming Big Year trips and activities.
The Golden Gate National Parks contains more endangered species than any other National Park in continental North America. This is certainly cause for celebration, but also for concern. Take part in the 2010 GGNP Endangered Species Big Year and get to know these species while helping them recover. It is free. For more information go to http://wildequity.org and see the calendar for upcoming Big Year trips and activities.