Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 15, 2010

Workshops with Bob Stewart

This April, Bob Stewart, a very knowledgeable and experienced naturalist, who is known to many Bay Area nature lovers, has a series of one day outings in Marin and the East Bay.  He knows his birds, butterflies, bugs and blooms.  Its a real treat to go out in the field with him.  To see a description of his program and schedule click on “read more” below.

Bob Stewart Day Outings April 2010

April l  Mitchell Canyon.  Mt. Diablo   Meet 9AM
Directions from Marin:  Take Richmond Bridge; take Castro Street to Richmond Parkway to Highway 80; go right to San Pablo Dam Rd. to Highway 24 to 680 Ygnacio Valley Rd. turnoff; to Clayton Rd. (right) (turns into Marsh Creek Road) to Mitchell Canyon Rd. (right) to parking. (approximate time 1.5 hours)

April 5  Cataract Trail  Meet 9AM  at corner Highway l and road to Pan Toll.

April 7 Coastal Wildflowers:  Meet 8AM  White House Pool County Park
Directions from San Rafael: From Sir Francis Drake Blvd go to Olema on Highway 1; go north on Highway 1 to road to Inverness (turn left).  Look for White House Pool on right just before the road does a sharp turn to the left.

April 12  Birds and Migration.  Meet 8 AM White House Pool County Park

April 15 Olema to 5 Brooks.  Meet Olema 9 AM.  A 3.5 mile walk to 5 Brooks one way.  We will car shuttle so we can drive back from Olema.

April 20  Birds and Migration.  Meet 8 AM Stinson Beach Post Office

Cost: $25 per day.  Bring lunch. Walks end 3 PM

Please contact Bob Stewart at bobstewartwestcoastladypress@gmail.com


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