Helping Our Peninsula's Environment
 
Ecosystem Walks
Redwood Forests 

Monterey County contains the southernmost remnants of the once world encompassing Redwood forest. Only about 5 percent of the world's virgin redwood forest remains from the time European loggers arrived. Redwoods thrive in foggy canyons and host several highly imperiled species including the Marbled Murrelet and Spotted Owl. Local native redwood forests remain in Big Sur, Carmel Valley, Carmel Highlands & Pebble Beach.

On our walk you may see some of the extremely rare and endangered animal and flower species living there. You can expect to learn about --


To sign up for the walk list either call 624-6500, or
email us here at -    RedwoodWalk(at)1hope.org

We will call or email you when the next walk is scheduled.

 

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This Page Last Updated February 14, 2004