SAN BRUNO MOUNTAIN WATCH
Just a mile south of San Francisco, San Bruno Mountain is one of the largest open spaces in urban America. Our programs conserve and nurture this area’s unique ecosystem - home to 13 rare and endangered plants and three federally listed endangered butterflies.
The restoration of the Colma Creek Headwaters was a major project involving many contributors, including Mountain Watch and its former Stewardship Director Joe Cannon. This Saturday stewards will return to the area to remove cape ivy and bull thistle. Meet in the parking lot near the main entrance where parking passes will be given out.
Explore San Bruno Mountain's less-traveled canyons and learn about their history and ecology on this docent-lead hike. Paul's hikes are one of our most popular events!
Join us at this great industrial park wetland that is a breeding ground for the Pacific Chorus Frog and other native species - including a spectacular array of California native plants.
David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will lead hikes into Owl and Buckeye Canyons on the 4th Saturday of each month. Be sure to sign up early - space is limited!
Join the SSF Weed Warriors for their restoration work on the Mountain's south slope – come one day or both! The invasives are a constant battle so we need all the weed warriors we can get! Only heavy rain would cancel - so come prepared. Friday and Saturday 9am to noon.