This event has been cancelled.
What is a raptor? What do they eat? How do they hunt? Why are hawks, eagles, owls, and other birds of prey attracted to Tolay Lake Regional Park? Young scientists and their families will find out by joining a naturalist on a flat, 2-mile hike in this newly opened park southeast of Petaluma.
We'll stop frequently to watch for raptors and learn fun raptor facts. We'll even get the chance to work in small groups to dissect pellets coughed-up by local raptor species. This walk is designed for families with children, but birdwatchers of all ages are welcome. Free! Parking $7 or free for Regional Parks members.
For more information, contact hike leader Shelly Spriggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 483-0940.
Note: Please bring your own water as water is not available in the park.