Join our friends at WhollyH20 for a full moon citizen science Oyster BioBlitz at Pt. Pinole Regional Park in Richmond. We'll be measuring and counting oysters during the full moon low tide, together with The Watershed Project.
This event is part of a project to BioBlitz the Wildcat Creek watershed from its headwaters at Lake Anza down to its end point at the Wildcat Marsh and Landfill Loop in Richmond from summer 2017 to Spring 2018. Check out the other upcoming BioBlitzes in this project.
Bring your HEADLAMP, camera, water to stay hydrated, snacks, your kids, and water shoes for getting your feet wet in the SF Bay.
We'll be uploading photos to iNaturalist.org. We will also do a short orientation to iNat in the first 15 minutes on BioBlitz day. We'll gather at 8:15 pm at a nearby coffee shop to compare shots and an iNat load-your-photos party. Our observations will be added to the iNat project "Wildcat Creek Watershed"
RSVP HERE. When you RSVP you'll receive an email with more information about meetup time and location.