Catch that Critter! Closing Event

October 23, 2020, 3:00 pm

4:00 pm

At this closing event, students will share what they’ve spotted using their stealthy camera traps. We’ll take a look at pictures of the critters they captured and discuss “Are they similar or different based on the different habitats students live in around the Bay Area?” Let’s find out from local experts who join us as we wrap up the activity and send you on your way with the insight to enjoying nature everywhere you go!

This event is hosted collaboratively by Save Mt. Diablo and California State University, East Bay.


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The Galindo Creek Field Station at Cal State East Bay Concord Campus is 53.9 acres of university land designed to support scholarship and learning. The principal geographic feature of the preserve is Galindo Creek, which is part of the Walnut Creek Watershed. Galindo Creek provides habitat for dozens of native species including deer, coyotes, bobcats, rabbits and squirrels, as well as a variety of reptiles, amphibians and birds, some on California’s endangered list. Save Mount Diablo’s mission is to forever preserve the remaining natural lands on and around Mount Diablo, and to connect Mount Diablo to the rest of the Diablo Range. We achieve our mission through a conservation approach that integrates perpetual land preservation, advocacy, stewardship, land use planning, and education programs. We work to preserve Mount Diablo’s peaks, surrounding foothills, and watersheds through land acquisition and preservation strategies designed to protect the mountain’s natural beauty, biological diversity, and historical and agricultural heritage; enhance our area’s quality of life; and provide recreational opportunities consistent with the protection of natural resources.