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MARIN COUNTY'S NEWS MONTHLY - FREE PRESS
(415)868-1600 - (415)868-0502(fax) - P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA, 94924

November, 2008


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See Spawning Coho Salmon On A Naturalist Led Creekwalk

Naturalists for explorations along Lagunitas and San Geronimo Creeks in Marin County to look for spawning coho salmon and other protected streamside species. Led by experienced guides, you will learn about the ecology of Marin's magnificent coho salmon, our local streams, and what you can do to help restore local watersheds.
Creekwalks begin November 15th and run through January 18th, with 2 TOURS DAILY Saturdays and Sundays at 10 am and 1 pm. SPAWN is also organizing special trips over the Holidays!

Reservations are required and can be processed directly online at www.SpawnUSA.org, or start the process with an email to [email protected] or a phone call to (415) 663-8590 x207.

Creekwalks take place in the Lagunitas Creek watershed, West Marin County. The cost is $10 for adults, $4 for kids, FREE to SPAWN members ($35 for a family membership), and no one is ever turned away for lack of funds. Tours will proceed rain or shine! Bring binoculars, camera, hiking boots and rain gear if wet weather.

Endangered coho salmon spawn throughout the Lagunitas Creek watershed in West Marin County. The Lagunitas Creek has the largest population of endangered wild coho left in California. The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) works to protect the coho salmon of Marin through habitat restoration, research and monitoring, environmental advocacy and public education. For more information visit www.SpawnUSA.org



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