Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 15, 2020

Park closed during coronavirus? Look to wetlands to get outdoors

The S. F. Chronicle  reports

The idea is to stay close to home, yet at the same time, break free for fitness and nature. In many cases, marsh wetlands on the shore of the bay can provide that. The greater Bay Area has more than 20 wetland marshes that provide nesting and nursery habitat for resident waterfowl and shorebirds, and food and resting habitat for migrants. Many are within short range of Bay Area residents and qualify as a fitness/nature destination under shelter-in-place orders.

Read more at Park closed during coronavirus? Look to wetlands to get outdoors – SFChronicle.com


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