Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline, Oakland
July 16 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 9:30 am on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely
Join us to restore shoreline habitat for endangered Ridgway’s Rails and other waterfront birds in this lovely, popular Oakland park. Our work sessions always include some time looking for and learning about local bird life!
Wear closed-toe shoes, and bring and wear a Covid mask. You may bring your own gloves, or we can provide gloves and glove liners. Tools provided. No experience needed.
Participants must read and agree to the East Bay Regional Park District’s Covid safety guidelines, as well as Golden Gate Audubon Covid guidelines. By registering for this event, you indicate that you agree to the EBRPD guidelines and GGAS’s volunteer liability waiver.
Directions: Enter Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline Park at 81 Swan Way, Oakland, CA 94621. Drive to the last parking lot at the end of the road. You should see the wooden observation tower and platform. Meet the group there. Link to Google map here. (Note: Follow the above directions. If you just Google “MLK Shoreline,” it will send you to the wrong part of the park.)