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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
For the Richmond Bay Trail


 
Monday, December 16, 9 AM - Noon: Birding Dotson Family Marsh at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline  t's time to search for Fall and Winter birds because they are beautiful and interesting. Nauralist Anthony Fisher. Flat. No registration required; Drop-in program only. For information, call 510-544-2233. - TNA, AF - Free. Where:Point Pinole: Dotson Family Marsh staging area at end of Goodrick Ave., 37.978778, -122.365278  CLICK HERE for map.
Monday, December 23, 9 AM - Noon: Birding at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline.  It's time to search for Fall and Winter birds because they are beautiful and interesting. Nauralist Anthony Fisher. First entrance after the tunnel. Flat. No registration required; Drop-in program only. For information, call 510-544-2233. - TNA, AF - Free. Where: Point Pinole: Atlas Road Staging Area, 37.999743, -122.352728
Friday, Jan. 10, 10 AM - 12:30PM King Tide on the Richmond Riviera.  Join Susan Schwartz during one of winter's highest tides for a leisurely, level walk on paved trails to look at the Bay shore through many lenses: gritty industrial history, a current growing wealth of wetlands and wildlife (camera and binoculars welcome), the lingering legacies of toxic pollution, and what rising sea levels may bring in the near future. Expect to see marshes and sloughs where birds including endangered Ridgeways rails find refuge, and hear stories at sites of railroad building, frog farming, a vanished resort, dynamite making, toxic dumps, and bits of nature snatched from development. Meeting Place: Shimada Friendship Park, Peninsula Drive and Marina Bay Parkway.
Monday, February 3, 9 AM - Noon: Birding Landfill Loop of Bay Trail. Join Naturalist Anthony Fisher to learn about birds of the shore and bay. Meet in staging area at the end of Parr Blvd. on left after crossing bridge over San Pablo Creek. No registration required; Drop-in program only. For information, call 510-544-2233. - TNA, AF - Free. Where: Point Pinole: Atlas Road Staging Area, 37.999743, -122.352728
Tuesday, February 4, 10 AM - 12:30 PM Over the Hill Gang Hike at Point Pinole. HIkers 55 years and older interested in nature study, history, fitness and fun are invited to join this hike and learn about the explosive past of Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. Meet at Atlas Road Staging Area. Mostly flat. Info: 510-544-2233. Where: Point Pinole: Atlas Road Staging Area, 37.999743, -122.352728

The Birds of Eastshore State Park
Click Here for the Audubon's brochure listing 146 species of birds to be found
along the Bay Trail between Point Isabel and Marina Bay.

EcoTourism on the Bay Trail in Richmond, anyone? Download the .PDF!

Left: Endangered California Clapper Rail
Photo by Joe DiDonato of East Bay Regional Park District

Regional Parks: East Bay Regional Park District schedules naturalist outings to Regional Shorelines and even kayak trips to Brooks Island Regional Preserve.
Mike BukayHerring Run at Miller/Knox:
Click here to view the incredible video of the scene that ensued during the February 2011 herring run between Keller Beach and Ferry Point.