Press ReleaseOctober 30th, 2014
Press ReleaseSeptember 15th, 2014
The salmon are here and so Winter SPAWN Creek Walks!
With the first hard rains in the watershed comes the beginning of spawning season for adult Coho Salmon. These embattled fish make a journey many miles upstream from the ocean to reproduce and die in the headwater streams where they were born. This “homecoming” is a spectacular phenomenon that makes the ecosystems around the Lagunitas Creek Watershed come alive!
Join a SPAWN naturalist on a SPAWN Winter Creek Walk to explore the majesty and natural history of the region and learn about the ecology of our endangered coho salmon.
Creek Walks are held from 10 am to 1 pm.
Walk leave from the San Geronimo Valley Community Center.
Upcoming walks will be held on:
Please RSVP to attend or to schedule a special tour for a group by emailing Preston@TIRN.Net.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Members: Creek walks are free for SPAWN members! Membership is just a $35 minimum donation for one year.
Non-members: $10 donation for adults, $4 donation for children.
The SPAWN California Naturalist Training Course is completed for the season. Check back for details on the next course.