Photo Credit: The Wildlife Society at UC Davis

Check out these exciting upcoming events from some of our partners:March 25th through April 29th - Bioblitzes and the City Nature Challenge

Organized by Cal Academy of Sciences (more details and registration)  

March 25th - Junipero Serra Park in San Bruno
In partnership with San Mateo County Parks, a day to gather data needed to manage their parks and engage local residents.

April 1st - Pier 94 in San Francisco 
In partnership with Golden Gate Audubon, a bioblitz of an amazing bit of restored bayshore. This beautiful hidden gem is full of shorebirds, butterflies, and native plants.
April 8th - San Francisco Botanical Gardens Children's Garden
Cal Academy Careers in Science interns will lead a bioblitz of the incredible Children's Garden. This spot is full of native plants and a haven for birds and other wildlife. 

City Nature Challenge- April 14-17th
Which city in the United States has the most nature? The City Nature Challenge 2017 will help us find out! Just in time for National Citizen Science Day (April 15) and Earth Day (April 22), 16 U.S. cities, including San Francisco, are asking residents of and visitors to these urban areas to explore nature all around them and document the species they find.

April 29th - UC Santa Cruz and Younger Lagoon
The Ken Norris Center for Natural History at UCSC and the managers of the UC Reserves will hold the second annual set of bioblitzes on the UCSC main campus and the Younger Lagoon Reserve.
April 22nd - Visualizing Sea Level Rise 

Join Citizens for East Shore Parks and volunteers in Jack London Square to display where the shoreline would be with 2-meters of sea level rise. Help hold a fabric panel along the "new shoreline" to raise awareness for climate change and call on public leaders to act now to implement resilient/green infrastructure solutions. More information and sign up here.
June 3rd - National Trails Day 
National Trails Day is the only nationally coordinated event designed to unite all muscle-powered trail activities with the goal of connecting more people to trails. Each year, on the first Saturday of June, American Hiking Society and the trails community invites Americans of all ages and abilities to find their own adventure and discover their unique story at one of the thousands of events hosted throughout the country. Find an event near you!