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Sunday, April 13, 2014 from 9am-12noon at proposed Alameda Wildlife Reserve

Volunteer opportunity

Volunteer Opportunity posted by: Golden Gate Audubon Society

Posted on: February 2, 2014

Volunteer Opportunity description

Join Golden Gate Audubon in Least Tern habitat restoration at the proposed Alameda Wildlife Reserve. Home to the endangered California Least Terns, who have left the site until next summer. Work with the Friends of the Alameda Wildlife Reserve to prepare habitat by removing invasive shrubs and groundcovers. Adults must be present to work with anyone under the age of 15, unless given special permission

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Directions: Meet at the main reserve gate at the northwest corner of the former Naval Air Station in Alameda. Find your way to 2501 Monarch St. in Alameda, then drive toward the gates to the left of the Creative Technologies building. The far gate will be open, where a volunteer will have you sign-in.

How to apply

Location

2501 Monarch, Alameda, CA, US

Details

Appropriate for
Groups
Families
Extra details
Training provided
International volunteer options
International volunteers welcome
Keywords
Owner's areas of focus

Time Commitment

Duration
Less than 3 months
Time commitment
One time, for a few hours
Times of day
Mornings
Days of week
Weekends

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