CA State Parks - Folsom Lake SRA
Educational and Interpretive field walks and hands-on workshops for Earth Day participants who want to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the outdoors. Our guest speakers include experienced naturalists, professionals and leaders in their fields who love sharing their talents and knowledge with others.
FOR ALL PROGRAMS PLEASE CHECK-IN AT THE EVENT INFORMATION BOOTH 20 min BEFORE PROGRAM BEGINS.
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY HIKES with photographer/guides Kathy Kayner and Gene McKinnon
Difficulty: Some difficulty on a stretch of dirt trail that connects the Negro Bar area with the Orangevale/Rollingwood Bluffs area, especially if the trails are slippery from recent rains.
Bring: Water, snack, appropriate clothing, and good walking shoes. A water resistant hat and jacket if there is a chance of sprinkles. Camera (with zoom lens) and binoculars are recommended! (camera not required)
Children: Minimum age for children is 12 years and must be with guardian/parent.
Early Morning Bird Walk
Come on out for an early morning walk and join one of our naturalist for quiet observation and identification of the many birds along the riparian habitat of Lake Natoma. You just may be able to check off one of your birds on your life list. We encourage participants to bring their own binoculars. We encourage families with little ones to attend the program offered later in the morning.
Family Investigation and Observation of Lake Natoma Birds
This short program will allow families to enjoy observing the many birds that live around Lake Natoma and still take in the many activities of the event. Wrestle your little ones up and out to the park to join one of our park naturalist to discovery the many birds that live around Lake Natoma. We encourage families to bring their own binoculars, we will have a few on hand for sharing.
Negro Bar State Recreational Area