The American Canyon Wetlands is a 465 acre site located adjacent to over 10,000 acres of restored wetlands managed by the State Department of Fish & Wildlife. It is home to such endangered species as the Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse and the Snowy Plover. Almost 100 different species of birds have been observed in the area. This is truly a wonderful outdoor experience for families as well as serious birders. Discover the secret of the American Canyon Wetlands.
Discovery Days is part of the 17th Annual San Francisco Flyway Festival, and co-sponsored by the Napa Solano Audubon Society. The event is free and open to the public.There will be guided tours on Saturday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; and on Sunday at 1 p.m. Self-guided tours on trails include viewing stations and expert birders on hand to answer questions.
Information stations with volunteers will be available at these two locations on Saturday (9am-4pm) and Sunday (9am-3pm):
- Location 1: American Canyon Wetlands (Eucalyptus Drive & Wetlands Edge Rd.)
- Location 2: The main Flyway Festival building Bldg.#223, 500 Connolly St. on Mare Island (along with all the other groups participating in the festival)
CLICK HERE to see full schedule of events planned.