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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
For the Richmond Bay Trail


Saturday, December 13, 10 AM: NPS Get Active on the Bay Trail Victory for Health! People of all ages and fitness levels are invited to join National Park Service rangers for outdoor fitness and fun at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, part of Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park located in Marina Bay Park, at the intersection of Marina Bay Parkway and Melville Square. Free exercise programs will feature stretches, outdoor exercises and games, all while learning more about healthy initiatives that began in the Richmond shipyards during WWII, and that continue to be relevant to exercise trends today. Wear comfortable clothing, closed toed shoes and bring water. Programs will take place rain or shine, so please bring rain gear! Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For directions to the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, visit http://www.nps.gov/rori/planyourvisit/directions.htm and scroll halfway down the page. For more information, please call (510) 232-5050 x0 or visit http://www.nps.gov/rori/planyourvisit/directions.htm.

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.

xSaturday, December 20,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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 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.

Saturday - 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.

Sunday, December 21, 2:30 PM: Bay Trail Walk at Point Isabel. Join Sierra Club leader Vera Lis for a flat, easy walk of about an hour on paved Bay Trail. It is wheelchair accessible and perfect for seniors. Younger people have also enjoyed the leisurely hike and the company of like-minded people. Bring Binoculars for possible shorebird sightings, and also enjoy views of the Golden Gate, Mt. Tamalpais, Alcatraz and other bay islands. Rain Cancels. After the walk there is an optional Chinese dinner at Pacific East Mall. Meet at Pt. Isabel Regional Shoreline small parking lot at the end of Rydin Road. Directions: Turn off Hwy. 80 at Central/El Cerrito exit. Go west, over next overpass. At stop sign, Rydin Road, turn right to end. Questions: contact Vera Lis at 510-234-8949.

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Saturday, January 3, 9 - 11 AM : Canine Capers Dog Walk at Point Pinole. Join EBRPD Naturalists Trail Gail and Nara with your four-legged friend to make new friends, enjoy a nature walk and explore some of the finest open space along the Bay Trail. Homemade snacks provided for good dogs. Meeting place is parking lot at park entrance off the Giant Highway. For info, phone 544-2233.

Saturday, January 3, 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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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.

Monday, January 11, 9 AM to noon: Birds of Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline. Join EBRPD Naturalist Anthony Fisher for a birding walk along the San Francisco Bay Trail with beautiful bay views in this historic park. Meet in the first parking lot on left side of Dornan Drive after passing thru Ferry Point tunnel. For info, phone 544-2233.

Saturday, January 17,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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 - Wednesday, January 18 - 21, Mid Day: 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.

Saturday, January 24, 2:30 PM: Bay Trail Walk at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. Join Sierra Club leader Vera Lis for an hour walk on paved Bay Trail. The hike is wheelchair accessible, and meanders through eucalyptus groves, affording fresh breezes from, and views of, San Pablo Bay. Optional dinner and socializing after the walk in Old Pinole. Rain Cancels. Directions: From I-80 east, exit at Richmond Parkway. Turn left over overpass, and stay on Richmond Parkway for several miles. Exit at Giant Hwy. and go north, crossing the railroad tracks 1/4 mile further. Turn left into the park. Questions: contact Vera Lis at 510-234-8949.

Monday, January 26, 9 AM to noon: Birding the Landfill Loop. Join EBRPD Naturalist Anthony Fisher for a birding walk along the San Francisco Bay Trail. Meet in the parking lot at end of Parr Blvd. For info, phone 544-2233.

Monday, February 2, 9 AM to noon: Birding Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline. Join EBRPD Naturalist Anthony Fisher for a birding walk along the San Francisco Bay Trailwith beautiful bay views in this historic park. Meet in the first parking lot on left side of Dornan Drive after passing thru Ferry Point tunnel. For info, phone 544-2233.

Bikers on the Richmond Bay TrailSaturday, February 7,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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.

Tuesday, February 17, 10 AM to 12:30 PM: Over the Hills Gang Hike at Point Pinole. Join EBRPD Naturalists Trail Gail and Anthony Fisher for a hike along the Bay Trail in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline designed for those 55 years and older interested in nature study, history, fitness and fun. Meeting place is parking lot at park entrance off the Giant Highway . For info, phone 544-2233.

Tuesday - Thursday, February 17 - 19, Mid Day: 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.

Saturday, February 21,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, March 7 ,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, March 21,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, April 4 ,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, April 18,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, May 3 ,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, May 16,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, May 30, 8:30 AM: Nitro Trail Race at Point Pinole. Half Marathon, 10K & 5K races along the Bay Trail inPoint Pinole Regional Shoreline. CLICK HERE for details.

Saturday, June 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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, June 20,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, July 4,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, July 18,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, August 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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, August 15,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, September 5,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, September 19,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, October 3,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, October 17,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, November 7,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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, November 21,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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.

Thursday, November 26, 9 AM: Nitro Turkey Thanksgiving Run at Point Pinole. Burn off calories on the Bay Trail in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline before the feast with 5K, 10K & Little Turkeys 100 yard runs. CLICK HERE for details.

Saturday, December 5,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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 19,  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 next to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.  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.

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.