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The History & Mystery of the Refuge and the Bay

Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1972, but the reason the refuge was established dates back 200 years prior to when Europeans first arrived at the San Francisco Bay and changed the Bay forever. Join our volunteer, Larry, to learn about the history, and the answers to mysteries such as: How did we almost turn San Francisco Bay into San Francisco River? How do the consequences of the Gold Rush affect us today? Is there really a mouse that can swim? The program starts indoors but moves outside for an easy half-mile, accessible, walk. All ages are welcome; bring your whole family! Reservations recommended. Questions? Call: 408-262-5513 ext 104

Saturday, 02/22/20

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Free

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Don Edwards Refuge Environmental Education Center

1751 Grand Blvd
Alviso, CA 95002

Phone: 408-262-5513
Website: Click to Visit