Wildfire is a natural part of California’s environment. Join a Friends of Edgewood docent to learn about the natural history of fire in California. We will walk through the different plant communities of Edgewood and discover how they have adapted.
About this Event Series
To display the treasures of Edgewood, Friends of Edgewood docents guide nature hikes on the third Saturday morning of the month throughout the year (except during the spring, when they hold weekly wildflower walks). Walks will take you through a number of different plant communities, with frequent stops to take a closer look at what is happening there. It may be interesting insects, plants that would otherwise be overlooked, listening for frogs, identifying butterflies, or examining spider turrets. The closer you look, the more you will see. Regardless of the season, you are likely to learn all kinds of fascinating things that you didn’t know before.
Unless otherwise noted, the free walks begin at 10am the Bill & Jean Lane Education Center in Edgewood Park, and generally cover about 3 miles over 3 hours, at a moderate pace. Families, seniors and interested children are welcome. Heavy rain cancels.