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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
For the Richmond Bay Trail


Saturday, October 18, 2 to 4 PM: Afternoon by the Bay in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline.  Bring an appetite for beauty and join EBRPD Naturalists James Wilson on this walk exploring the shoreline and cool eucalyptus groves of the largest shoreline park on San Francisco Bay. Info: 544-2233.

Saturday, November 1, 10 AM to 2 PM: Bay Trail Plant Restoration.  Join Tom and Jane Kelly to help continue their ongoing native plant restoration project along the Bay Trail between Point Isabel Regional Shoreline and Marina Bay.  Where: Point Isabel next to the dog park - just off I-580 (take Central to the bottom of the I-580 overpass. At the stop sign (Rydin Road) turn right and come down to the end of the street.) Contact info: Tom Kelly (510) 684-6484 or kyotousa@sbcglobal.net.  Please do RSVP – it will help them coordinate tools with the East Bay Regional Park District. And remember to wear long pants, bring hats, sun screen, water, and family and friends. They  will supply gloves, tools, and refreshments.

Sunday, November 9, 9 AM to Noon: 4-mile hike along the scenic Bay Trail ending at the Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park - Details >>

xSaturday, December 6, 10 AM to 2 PM: Bay Trail Plant Restoration.  Join Tom and Jane Kelly to help continue their ongoing native plant restoration project along the Bay Trail between Point Isabel Regional Shoreline and Marina Bay.  Where: Point Isabel next to the dog park - just off I-580 (take Central to the bottom of the I-580 overpass. At the stop sign (Rydin Road) turn right and come down to the end of the street.) Contact info: Tom Kelly (510) 684-6484 or kyotousa@sbcglobal.net.  Please do RSVP – it will help them coordinate tools with the East Bay Regional Park District. And remember to wear long pants, bring hats, sun screen, water, and family and friends. They  will supply gloves, tools, and refreshments.

Saturday, December 13, 2 to 4 PM: Bayside Birds on Landfill Loop. Join EBRPD Naturalist Anthony Fisher for a birding walk on the Landfill Loop of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Meeting place is staging area for Landfill Loop Trail at western end of Parr Blvd. For info, phone 544-3260.

Saturday, December 20, 2 to 4 PM: Bayside Birds at Point Pinole. Join EBRPD Naturalist Anthony Fisher for a birding walk along the San Francisco Bay Trail in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. Meeting place is parking lot at park entrance . For info, phone 544-3260.

Satirday - Tuesday, December 20 - 23, Mornings: King Tide Birding Bay Trail.  Very high tides offer an opportunity for close viewing of rare and elusive birds such as Clapper rail, Wilson’s snipe and Sora as they seek refuge in shoreline uplands. An excellent place to view them is along the Bay Trail between S. 51st Street and Meeker Slough just south of Marina Bay where birders reported seeing as many as seven Clapper rails and a cluster of over 30 snipes during January 1 − 2, 2014  King tides.  Take the Bay view exit from I-580, follow the Bay Trail sign & park at the end of S. 51st Street. Click Here for time of high tide on each day.


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.