Oak Forest Naturalist Hike
Curious about the quirks of Quercus? Join us for this stimulating hike as we explore the science and ecology of local oak trees of the bay area. As primary producers, these organisms are the center of life in an oak woodland forest. These nutrient powerhouses provide essential calories for hundreds of species, in addition to crucial habitat. Learn about their special adaptations and the interrelationships among these grand beings. This will be a strenuous hike that will begin at the Knight Drive trailhead.
Date: Sunday, February 16th
Location: Knight Drive Trailhead. Click here for the google map.
Difficult hike, 3 miles
Space is limited and reservations are required.
To reserve, send email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 456-0766.
Include your name, the number of participants, and your phone #.
We will reply to confirm your reservation.
Cancellation announcements will be posted on the FOCC website homepage.