Join Friends of the Napa River at these upcoming events:
WILD Napa Lecture Series: Feed your curiosity about the wild things in our Napa River watershed. Upcoming topics include: January 11: Living with Coyotes (view flier here: wild-napa-coyotes), February 8: Salmon in the Napa River (view flier here:wild-napa-salmont), March 8: Freshwater Shrimp, April 12: Oak Galls. This monthly lecture series about Napa’s wildlife and habitats takes place on the second Wednesday of each month at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs Street, Napa at 7:00 pm. These lectures are free, though donations are invited to help keep the series going. Also look for WILD American Canyon lectures every 3 months at the American Canyon Library: the next one is Edible Plants on March 15th. WILD Saint Helena begins in March with the lecture on Salmon & Trout in the Napa River watershed… details soon!
The 21st Annual San Francisco Bay Flyway Festival! This family wildlife and birding expo takes place on Mare Island, Building 221, Saturday-Sunday, February 9-12 from 9-4. Look for the schedule and information here: www.sfbayflywayfestival.com
FONR needs volunteer help! Are you interested in helping to: plan events, staff our booth at events, spruce up our website, develop newsletters, coordinate volunteers, lend a hand for river clean-ups? Contact Shari: firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-799-5241 and we will put your skills/interests to work!
Want to help, but have no time to spare? Donate with PayPal here