Each winter, SPAWN offers the Bay Area community the chance to experience one of Marin County’s most magnificent natural phenomenon: the local population of endangered coho salmon returning from the ocean to spawn.

Join us for this winter’s leisurely Creekwalk Tours of the Lagunitas Creek Watershed in Samuel P. Taylor State Park, home to the largest remaining run of wild Central California Coast Coho. Led by SPAWN-trained naturalists, you’ll witness endangered coho salmon at the peak of their spawning season, learn about native plants and animals, discover the history of the watershed, and anything encountered along the way.

This year’s Creekwalk Tours run from December to January from noon-2pm, and are no more than two miles long:

  • Saturday, December 8
  • Saturday, December 15
  • Saturday December 22
  • Monday, December 24
  • Saturday, December 29
  • Sunday, December 30
  • Saturday, January 5
  • Saturday, January 12

For more information and to register for a Creekwalk Tour, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/naturalist-creekwalk-tours-in-search-of-coho-salmon-tickets-52916105496