June 2, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
Here is your chance to immerse yourself in the Natural History of the Sierra Nevada at Calaveras Big Trees State Park.
Join Doc Nancy for a day of in-depth nature exploration. In addition to topic presentation, walks and demonstrations, attendees will learn interpretive techniques as well. All walks are classed as “easy,” with the longest a 1.5 mile stroll around the North Grove.
This program is free to all interested persons and is sponsored by CBTA. RSVP with CBTA (795-1196) if you can or just show up. Persons can come to any or all parts of the Nature Blitz.
Join Fulbright Scholar and retired NPS Park Ranger
Nancy Muleady-Mecham, Ph.D.
for this unique opportunity to learn so much about this very special place.
Date: Saturday June 2, 2018
Location: Calaveras Big Trees State Park
Participants: Age range of participants: 13 and older
9:00-9:45am Introduction to Birds (Education Center next to Visitor Center) – bring binoculars
10:00-12:00 Giant Sequoias and the Mixed Conifer Forest (Hike the North Grove Trail)
12:00-12:45pm Lunch (BYO)
12:45- 13:30pm Geology (Education Room)
1:50-3:15pm Animal Adaptations (Education Room)
3:30-5:00pm Native Plants of the Sierra Nevada (Meet at Education Building)
8:30pm The Night Sky – (Meet at the Overlook – carpooling suggested)
For more information and to reserve your spot, contact Calaveras Big Trees Association,
Calaveras Big Trees Association 209-795-1196 www.bigtrees.org
P.O. Box 1196
Arnold, CA 95223-1196
Click Here to download flyer.