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BioBlitz! 2017 - San Bruno Mountain

San Mateo County Parks

Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)

BioBlitz! 2017 - San Bruno Mountain

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BioBlitz - San Bruno Mountain Sep 30, 2017 Free  

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BioBlitz! San Bruno Mountain

Join us for our sixth annual San Mateo County Parks BioBlitz! We will spread out at San Bruno Mountain to discover species of birds, plants, mammals, fish, invertebrates, reptiles, and more that the park has to offer! 

Please meet on Saturday, September 30th at 8:45 AM at the Main Parking Lot in the Park. There you will check-in and enjoy some snacks. The "Blitzing" will begin at 9 AM. From there several teams will split up for about 3 hours to explore entire sections of the park!

We'll finish within the park and meet at Brisbane Fire Station at 12:00 PM to have our "Wrap-Up" session. At the Wrap-Up you'll have an opportunity to upload your findings to iNaturalist and discuss with experts about the different species you found while learning more about our partnering organizations!

Wrap-Up Location: Brisbane Fire Training Room: 3445 Bayshore Blvd, Brisbane, CA 94005 

Please sign-up for the event through Eventbrite and iNaturalist.org through this link:

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/2017-bioblitz-san-bruno-mountain

This event includes snacks for participants!

Partners: Sequoia Audubon Society, California Native Plants Society, Nerds for Nature, Yerba Bioadvocacy, and CAL Academy

Please Note: Heavy rain will cancel this event.

Questions: Contact Katherine Wright at kewright@smcgov.org

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San Bruno Mountain
555 Guadalupe Canyon Parkway
Brisbane, CA 94005

Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)


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San Mateo County Parks

San Mateo County Parks Department manages parks, trails, and historic sites to preserve public lands and provide opportunities for education and recreation. The system's 18 parks, regional, county and local trails, and two historic sites are located throughout the County and encompass over 16,000 acres. 

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