San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come paddle through the ride channels and to remote beaches to discover the myriad and diverse marine animals and bird life, which inhabit Tomales Bay and its shores. This remarkable nature kayaking tour will be led by accomplished naturalist and Tule elk expert Frank Binney. It is common to see Harbor seals, Bat rays, Leopard sharks, Osprey, River otter and California sea lions. We’ll take a break on a remote beach where we will view the Point Reyes Tule elk herd during the tail end of mating season. Typical mating behaviors include males gathering the females into harems and protecting the harems by chasing off other males. We might also see “satellite” elk bulls sparring to establish hierarchy. Join the adventure with Frank and see these magnificent animals in their full glory! Kayak rental included.
When & Where
Point Reyes Field Institute
We are the primary nonprofit park partner of the National Park Service at Point Reyes. With community support we are helping to fund and implement resource preservation projects within the park, while also providing people a way to explore, discover and connect with the natural world through our environmental education programs.