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Coast Live Oak offers classes for all ages, year round in Orange County, California and surrounding counties.


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Family Walks

Led by Mark Hay

$20 per family/per walk
Saturday, 9 am – 12 noon
Space is limited to 4 families,
Everyone in the family and all ages are welcome

Pre-Registration is encouraged
Contact Mark Hay at mnhay2000@yahoo.com
or 714-307-9481 to register

At each Family Walk, we get to know the local native plants and animals of the area. In each season there are native and non-native plants in different phases, and different animals are out and about that we can observe directly or through tracks and signs. There is also a theme for each walk, based on the season and the unique characteristics of the location.

These walks are created for kids to explore local wild places and for parents to learn more about ecology and our local natural and human history.

When parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and brothers and sisters learn together the experience is more connected and meaningful for everyone. These walks will introduce your family to new places, and allow you to see places you have been before in a new light! Please join me.

Upcoming Walks

May 3, 2014: Fairview Park in Costa Mesa
Local Native and Non-Native Plants

July 19, 2014 Fairview Park, Costa Mesa
Learning Native Trees, their uses and benefits

August 16, 2014: Santiago Oaks Regional Park
near Tustin, Connecting Oak Woodland, Coastal Sage Scrub,
and Riparian Ecosystems

September 20, 2014: Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park
Foothill Ranch, Finding Water in Dry Times

 

 


 

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