Join the Gallinas Watershed Council for a Watershed Hike!
- Date: Saturday March 15, 2014
- Time: 3-5 PM
- To gather and have fun!
- To learn about the South Fork of Las Gallinas Creek, and the role of headwaters in watershed health. ( there will NOT be a test, points given for interesting questions)
- To share Gallinas Watershed facts, information and stories about Gallinas Headwaters and the watershed
- To walk along the railroad tracks and learn about the SMART Train
- Meet at the corner of Civic Center Drive and McInnis Parkway. See map
- Parking is available
- Leave at 3:15 and walk under Highway 101 and along railroad tracks on foot trail.
Hike Leader: Alex Kahl & Judy Schriebman
Total hike distance: approx 3 miles
Total time: 2.0 hrs
Difficulty: Easy and flat.
Everyone is welcome:
Kids – Great!
Dogs – sure, well behaved and on leash please since we are walking as a group. Be ready to pick up after rover!
Raindate: None! Rain does not cancel
Dress appropriately and be prepared for mud.
Bring a water bottle and a wide hat!
Bring binoculars – you might spot an unusual bird, maybe even a CLAPPER RAIL!