Celebrate the Earth at Wagner Ranch 

Kids can run and play in nature and search for tadpoles at the Wagner Ranch Wildlife Festival.

Treat yourself to a memorable Earth Day at a historic ranch and nature preserve. Don’t miss this rare chance to tour the meadows and woodland and to see the red-legged frogs and resident pond turtle. Guests can visit goats and parrots in the garden and take part in DIY gardening projects, nature arts and crafts, a critter hunt, solar oven cooking, and much more. Bring your own picnic or purchase food and drinks on site. The Wagner Ranch Nature Area is dedicated to environmental education and social studies for East Bay youth and is rarely open to the public. Free. Info: here

16th Wildlife Festival (in celebration of Earth Day)
Sunday April 23, 11:30am – 4:30pm
Wagner Ranch Nature Area
350 Camino Pablo, Orinda 

 

Photos courtesy of Wagner Ranch.
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