Nature Journaling at Estero Americano Preserve 7-28-13
Sunday, July 28, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
Join naturalist Joseph Kinyon, Sonoma Land Trust's GIS manager, for a day of nature journaling at Estero Americano Preserve. LEarn how to create a nature journal as a tool for deeping your experience of the natural world. Enjoy some time alone exploring the preserve and recording your observations. You don't need to be an artist or a poet! All it takes is a willing and inquisitive mind.
Experience, Level 2
The Estero Americano Preserve is scenic and biologically diverse 127-acre property that was acquired in 1997 and 2001 in partnership with the California State Coastal Conservancy and the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District. The Preserve was protected with the purposes of protecting the coastal estuary, upland environments and other sensitive resources, allowing for restoration of habitat areas, and providing limited public access.
The Estero Americano is part of the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and is one of the most important biological areas on the entire Northern California Coast. The Estero Americano is an important coastal area for numerous plant and animal species of concern. The Estero Americano Preserve contains a variety of diverse habitat types, including: coastal prairie, perennial grasslands, northern coastal scrub, freshwater seep, and coastal brackish marsh.
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Since 1976, Sonoma Land Trust has protected more than 47,000 acres of beautiful, productive and environmentally significant land in and around Sonoma County.