I will be leading a hike on April 19th at the Don Edwards San Francisco Wildlife Refuge. This is an easy 4 mile hike on level terrain. We'll hike two miles, stop to rest, and return. We'll be walking past a marsh that is a feeding location for a variety of migrating birds, and the home of a rare mouse. Read more in the Refuge newsletter.
From the newsletter:
*Coyote Creek Lagoon Trail – 4 miles roundtrip
Meet at the trailhead in Fremont - 11:00 a.m.
Take a walk with Paul Salemme on this little-known trail hidden behind a business park. See what refuge staff call the “Mouse Pasture” and what birds have not yet migrated. Hats, water, and sunscreen are strongly recommended. Directions: The south trailhead can be reached by taking the South Fremont Blvd/Cushing Pkwy exit from I-880 in Fremont. Drive
south on Fremont Blvd. until it dead ends. There is a parking lot on the right next to 48481 Fremont Blvd.
Meet in the parking lot. There are no restroom facilities
on this trail.