WildCare logo

WildCare Family Adventures

Enjoy a day of discovery and learning out in nature with the family. WildCare naturalists will lead fun family outings with the objective of deepening our commitment to taking care of our planet.

To achieve this, WildCare’s Family Adventures groups will be visiting some sites that work to preserve wildlife and our natural environment. Whenever possible, family nature hikes will be incorporated into each adventure to enjoy the local flora and fauna. 

These programs are in English and Spanish, and free to the public. WildCare strongly encourages carpooling. Contact Marco by calling (415) 453 1000 ext. 17 or marco@wildcarebayarea.org for more information or to reserve space on our free shuttle service from the Canal area of San Rafael.

WildCare Aventuras Familiares-- Pulse aquí para obtener información en español

orange spacer line
Creekside park cleanup. Photo from blog.marincountyparks.org
Photo from blog.marincountyparks.org

Earth Day at Hal Brown Park in Greenbrae

Saturday, April 25, 2015

10am - 12:30pm

 In celebration of Earth Day, we will be joining Marin County Parks ranger Kirk Schroeder in some beautification and restoration around the Creekside Marsh and Corte Madera Creek in Hal Brown Park, followed by an easy walk around the creek. 

This is a great spot for seeing a variety of birds, while helping the earth..

Directions: From 101 Take Sir Francis Drake Blvd toward San Anselmo. Turn onto Bon Air Road. We will meet at the pedestrian bridge across from Marin General Hospital.

orange spacer line
Northern Spotted Owl. Photo by Alice Kong
Photo by Alice Kong


Let’s Celebrate Migratory Birds at Muir Woods!

Saturday, May 9, 2015

10am - 12:30pm

 Stroll around Redwood Creek in search of migratory birds such as Wilson’s Warblers and Violet-green Swallows, or just enjoy the majestic redwoods.

After our hike, we will join the Muir Woods’ Annual International Migratory Bird Day Celebration with family activities designed to explore the wonderful world of migratory birds.

Sequoia, WildCare’s Northern Spotted Owl is due to make an appearance to teach us how crucial it is to preserve the old growth redwoods.

Parking is very limited, we encourage taking the Muir Woods shuttle service. WildCare also provides a shuttle from the Canal area of San Rafael. Meet at main parking lot at 10 AM.

Directions: Take Highway 101 South, take the Stinson Beach/Mill Valley Exit, Follow the signs to Highway 1, and Follow the signs to Muir Woods 

Programs offered in collaboration with the Canal Alliance, San Rafael, CA. Visit them online at www.canalalliance.org.


Free eNewsletter


Click to donate using our secure donation form
Donate by PayPal

Found an animal? Click here or call: 415-456-SAVE
Get the t-shirt!
Watch our video "The World of WildCare"
Already a member? Sign in here:


Powered By Blackbaud