Join geologist Ed Clifton for an excursion to view the fabric of life in an ancient submarine canyon at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve. We will spend our time at Weston Beach where, 50-55 million years ago, a host of animals left their marks in the sand and mud of the canyon floor. Although the remains of these animals have long vanished, the rocks preserve a myriad of tunnels, passage-ways and feeding patterns. Join Ed for an eye-popping reconstruction of a little-known world on the morning of Saturday, June 30. We will meet just inside the Reserve at 9:30 am and walk through the Reserve to Weston Beach. We should be finished at Weston Beach by noon.
This event is free and open to current members, limit 20. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Maya Freedman 831-648-5716 ex 16.