Special interest Walks
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve

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Birdwatching is always great..190 Species have been observed on the Ranch.

Download Jim Royer's bird list.



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The annual Great Kitchen Tour of Cambria will be on July 29, 20917. The tour is a fund raising event for the Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Which supports the docent walks. For more information go to cambriakitchentour.com
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Courtesy of City of Morrow Bay/Facebook
Learn About Local Marine Mammals
Saturday August 5, 2017
10:00-12:00
Aliah Meza is Operation Assistant for the Marine
Mammal Center in Morro Bay, a rescue organization.
She will discuss her job there and also talk about
our local Marine Mammal life.This will be a sit
down walk so bring a lawn chair. After the presentation,
we will take a short walk along the Bluff Trail to see
Ranch marine mammal life. There is a good chance we will see otters, harbor seals, and dolphins.


Reservations required:

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Cambria’s Pine Trees on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
Saturday, September 9, 2017
10:00-12:00

Come walk with, Sarah Bisbing, Assistant Professor, Silviculture & Forest Ecology at Cal Poly.
Sarah knows our forest well. she will enlighten us on the life-cycle of pines.
Reservations

Reservations required:
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The Structure and Function of the Forest and Intertidal Zone of Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
Saturday, October 14, 2017
10:00-12:00
Did you ever wonder what is going on in the Forest? (The Machinery of Nature.)
Why do we have a Mediterranean climate here? How does that effects our lives?
What are the water and nutrient cycles and what that means for our forest and us?
What were some of the species important to the Chumash?
Who are the producers and consumers in the intertidal zone?
What is the life cycle of the Pines radiate?

Join John Menke , a instructor at the Coastal Institute and also a docent at the Discovery Center,.who will reveal the answers to us as in an interesting way as we walk the forest loop trail.



Reservations required:
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