Children and their families are invited to attend a Go Wild! Kids' Nature Program at the Edenvale Branch Library Community Room on August 23 at 3:30 PM.
Staff from the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge will present an entertaining and educational program where participants will learn about Bay Area birds with stories and fun activities.
To learn more about the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, please visit their web site.
Living in Silicon Valley is usually associated with the high tech industry and congested freeways. But there are areas only a few minutes from the busy life of Silicon Valley, where animals find refuge and people can learn and relax.
I am talking about the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge, right here in the South Bay.
On 30,000 acres the Refuge hosts over 280 species of birds each year. Located along the Pacific Flyway it is a busy stopover during spring and fall migration. Experience this amazing place with the whole family and get away from the busy urban life for a while.
If you would like your children to learn more about the Wildlife Refuge, come to one of our events with a wildlife expert at your local library.
More events will be scheduled in upcoming months.