Wildlife on Mount Wanda

Select one of the images, below, to learn more about some of the animals on Mount Wanda. The mosaic of parks and open spaces in the east San Francisco Bay Area, including Mount Wanda, provide territory for a variety of wildlife. To protect wildlife and yourself, please do not approach or feed wildlife, and keep pets on leash while in the park.

If you want to learn more about the different wildlife in the San Francisco Bay Area, we recommend visiting the Pacific Coast Science and Learning Center site or the SF Bay Wildlife site.


Learn More About Animals in the Park

  • Acorn woodpecker perches on branch and turns its' beak to the open sky.

    John Muir National Historic Site is a haven of natural habitat for some astonishing avian species.

  • Small deer mouse nibbles on yellow grass.

    Learn more about the furriest critters of John Muir National Historic Site.

  • California salamander plods along on the leaf-littered ground.
    Reptiles & Amphibians

    John Muir National Historic Site is home to a diversity of unique reptiles and amphibians species.


Last updated: April 30, 2024

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