Chance arises to explore the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge
February 17, 2014 by James
The public is invited to come out and explore the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy a multi-media presentation by Sloughkeepers President Eric B. Norris.
The event will include information on how to explore the refuge, which is an a ecological gem located in the South San Francisco Bay area. Poster printing and flyer printing were likely used to share information about this presentation with people who live in the community.
This multi-media program will highlight the ecological features of the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge and show guests how to explore the Alviso and newark sections of the refuge. There will be information on kayaking the Alviso slough, Newark, and the Corkscrew with video shots taken from kayaks at these locations.
Some of the presentation will focus on the infamous South Bay ghost town named ‘Drawbridge’. There will be information on which of the hiking and biking trails would be best used by the guest.
The Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge presentation is free to attend and open to the public. It will be happening on Saturday, February 22, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Central Park Library, Redwood Room, located at 2635 Homestead Road in Santa Clara, California. For additional information, or to reserve a seat, call 1-408-615-2900 during regular library hours.