Join Judy Fenerty for a 4- to 6-mile moderately strenuous hike through the Rancho San Vicente addition to Calero County Park. Rancho San Vicente has significant serpentine grasslands as well as oak savanna, chaparral and riparian areas and striking views of the Almaden Valley and Calero Reservoir.
As part of this trip, we will search for and record a few targeted rare plant species, including woodland monolopia, Monolopia gracilens. No previous recording experience is necessary: you can also just join us for the hike!
We will be following ranch roads, some of which are rough, rocky and slippery. We may go off-road to see some species and could have an elevation gain of around 1,000 feet. Wear sturdy hiking footwear. Much of the area has little or no shade. Dress in layers and bring plenty of water! Be aware that cattle may be present.
|Fri Jan 28 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM|
Members’ Night & Photo Group Meeting: Plant Adventures in a Pandemic (Part II)
|Wed Feb 02 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM|
Picking the Perfect Plants for your Garden with Calscape
|Tue Feb 08 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM|
|Wed Feb 09 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM|
Favorite Native Plant Books and Resources, Panel Presentation and Interactive Discussion
|Fri Feb 11 @ 7:00PM - 12:00AM|
Photography Group - Photo Sharing Meeting
|Sun Feb 13 @10:00AM - 04:00PM|
Montara Mountain San Pedro Valley County Park (Pacifica)
|Fri Feb 18 @ 6:30PM - 08:30PM|
Keying with Natives: Taxonomy Basics (Part II)
|Sat Feb 19 @10:00AM - 02:00PM|
Joint Chapter Hike to South Slope Walk on San Bruno Mountain (South SF)