! Salamanders, like this pregnant California newt, are traveling to lay their eggs. Be cautious on trails to avoid stepping on one. #WildlifeWednesday
Early wildflower blooms spotted! These Milkmaids (Cardamine californica) were spotted at Mount Burrell.
Milkmaids are one of California’s earliest Spring wildflowers which often bloom during the winter. They thrive best in shade and rain.
Help protect frogs, become a frog docent! Join us on Saturday, March 23 from 10am-3pm to learn about frog species and creek protection on Mount Tam and it’s surrounding area.
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75 pounds of trash and recyclables collected at Upton Beach cleanup on Sunday! Thank you volunteers! ⭐️
Creekside volunteers were rewarded with a rainbow this past Saturday. 🌈
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A green heron searching for its next feast! #WildlifeWednesday
During the winter, the green heron will wander in search of food, using tools like sticks or feathers to lure fish toward surface water. 📷: Senior Landscape Architect, Tara McIntire
Snow day out at Big Rock Ridge! ⛄️❄️
Let’s go, Jared Goff! 🏈
This Marin native quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams is appearing in his first Super Bowl this Sunday. Photo from Marin Independent Journal.
Eagle Scouts joined us out at Cascade Canyon last weekend to install a fence and learn about frogs. Thank you for your hard work, Eagle Scouts! 🦅
Our very own Vegetation and Fire Ecologist, Sarah Minnick was honored as January’s Employee of the Month by the Board of Supervisors!
Sarah has been a key member of interagency teams working to reduce fire risk in Marin. She has remained positive and passionate throughout a rapidly changing situation. Please join us all in congratulating Sarah! 👏🏽
🌳 This year’s Dedication Tree Planting Ceremony and Keepsake package includes a limited-edition art print by @jill_bliss.
This colorful and detailed illustration highlights Marin’s oak savannahs.
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A vibrant waxcap mushroom spotted on Blithedale Summit. These mushrooms are a rare find, but can normally be spotted in woodlands. 🍄
If you see any interesting fungus’ on our lands, snap a picture and tag us, but don’t pick it!
Over 60 volunteers came out for the Martin Luther King Jr. day of service on Monday! Volunteers helped pull weeds, lay mulch, and picked up litter along the lagoon and creek on the Marin County Fairgrounds. Thank you volunteers! 💪🏿
🌊 The tides were high this past Sunday! #KingTide
King tide is the highest tide events of the year. This happens when a new or full moon occurs and at its closest to the earth. King tide snaps from Agate Beach, McNears Beach Park, Mill Valley Sausalito Bike Path, and Manzanita Connector Path. // 📷: Ranger Griffin, Michael, and Jeff
Catch the first and only total lunar eclipse of the year, today! Where will you be watching the show?
This event happens when the Earth passes directly between the Sun and Moon, making the Moon appear red. To learn more visit: https://bit.ly/2MkfJaN