East Bay Volunteer Project for Children on October 2

Friday, Aug 20, 2010  |  Updated 1:15 PM PDT
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East Bay Parks Rail Rescue Rangers

If you are looking for a family volunteer project that will allow children please consider this!
This hands-on adventure you’ll help create habitat for the federally and state endangered California clapper rail. We will remove non-native plants, pick-up trash, and plant wildlife friendly vegetation which will restore the upland areas of the Roemer Bird Sanctuary for rails. By participating, you’ll earn your “Rail Rescue Ranger” patch. Registration required by calling 510-544-2340. Parent participation is required.

Click here to register!

Instructor: “Doc Quack”, Wildlife Resource Analyst

Date:Saturday, October 2, 2010 Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location: Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary/ Crown Memorial State Beach.
Directions: Exit 880 on 23rd Ave, head west over the Park St. Bridge into Alameda. Follow Park St. West across the island which dead ends at Shoreline Drive; turn left for the bird sanctuary (on the Bay between Park St. and Broadway). Meet at the Marsh Overlook.

What to Bring:We recommend the following personal protective items:
Outdoor clothing (long pants), hiking boots (close-toed footwear), gloves, hats and water
 

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