Discover Tam's Wild Side!
Join us for the 2017 Mt. Tam Wildlife Symposium on October 26, 10 am–3:30 pm, at the Marin Art and Garden Center. Learn more about Mt. Tam's furry, feathery, and scaly residents, and get updates on One Tam's work to study and support their health.
This edition of the One Tam Science Summit series will feature results from the Wildlife Picture Index Project’s first three years of data collection, highlight new and “buzz-worthy” research (on bats and pollinators) coming out of last year’s Measuring the Health of a Mountain: A Report on Mt. Tamalpais’ Natural Resources, and showcase exciting projects in the wings that will support the mountain's wildlife. Preview the day’s topics at onetam.org/2017-wildlife-symposium:
- Life on the Wild Side: Mt. Tam's Wildlife through a Naturalist’s Eyes
- Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project: The First Three Years
- Spotlight on Health: Updates on Focus Species
- Addressing Data Gaps: New Efforts to Understand Bats and Bees
- Upcoming Wildlife Enhancement Projects
Join us for a reception from 3:30–4:30 pm to meet speakers and mingle with friends and colleagues.
Upcoming Park Academy Classes
Classes are free for NPS and Conservancy staff and volunteers. For more details or to register see their website.
Upcoming Field Institute ClassesThe Point Reyes National Seashore Association's Field Institute has many classes coming up, including:
Point Reyes staff can register for a class at no charge, contact the Field Institute at 415-663-1200 x307 for more details.