The grizzly bear is a symbol of California—it’s on our state flag—do you know the bear’s story?
Come and explore the occurrence and roles of grizzly bears once inhabiting the Central Valley reach of Cache Creek, and the West, at the Cache Creek Conservancy’s Day of the Grizzly event, 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, September 9.
You will hear the story of grizzlies in California and the ecosystem that supported them in the vicinity of the Gordon Grant during a guided tour of the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Using pelts and other materials you’ll get to see what identifies grizzlies versus black bears, as well as what defines their roles in the food web. Delve into the California grizzly extinction story and aspects of safety and co-existing with black bears in California and grizzlies in the Northwest.
You’ll hear stories about the grizzlies and black bears too. You’ll get a chance to share your bear story too during our Story Slam! There will be an opportunity to find out what it might be like to be a bear through some of our bear-related activities. You can take your photograph with our life-size models of a grizzly and a black bear, too!
Day of the Grizzly is at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve, 34199 County Road 20, Woodland. Register before August 30 and save: $5 per person or $12.50 for families (three or more). Cost after August 30 is $7.50 per person or $20 for families. Please wear closed-toed shoes, bring your own sunscreen and hat, and bring your own bottled water. We look forward to seeing you!
Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 9:00am
Cache Creek Conservancy/Nature Preserve 34199 County Road 20, Woodland, California 95695