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Virtual Field Trip Friday: Daily Recommendations for Recreation

Allow yourself to be transported away to these fun, virtual destinations!

  • Date: 05/22/2020 (all day)

The Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services will be providing recommended activities to do within the comfort of your home through the Virtual Recreation Center.

Virtual Field Trip Friday Activities

 Link to Activities  Description
Where Coyote Creek meets Ogier Ponds

Friday, 5/22, 10:00 a.m.– 11:00 a.m. 

Off the beaten road on the eastern side of Coyote Valley sits a series of ponds that are home to coots, bobcat, dragonflies, fish, frogs, turtles, macroinvertebrates and so much more. Fed by Coyote Creek which originates in the Diablo Range within the boundaries of Henry Coe State Park. Now important ecologically and for recreation the area also acts as natural infrastructure protecting San Joséan’s from potential flooding.

 

Join Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful, Naturalist Richard Tejeda and Entomologist Merav Vonshak from the Bioblitz.club as we take you on a livestream walk of Ogier Ponds.

 

This event is sponsored by Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful a community partnership with Saved By Nature, Bioblitz.club and Virtual Photo Walks to bring you virtual nature from the safety and comfort of your home. Thank you to Santa Clara County Parks for making this event possible.

 

Register for the event here.

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We all have a duty to stop the spread of coronavirus by staying at home. Thank you for doing your part to keep our community safe. Let's continue to build community through fun during shelter-in-place!


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