Join us for a two and a half mile walk along the Mokelumne River levee on Staten Island to see how agriculture and migrating birds can live in harmony. Staten Island biologists will highlight agricultural practices that enhance wildlife habitat. From the vantage point of the levee, which is not open to the public, you will see a wide variety of migrating birds in diverse settings. There will be opportunities to see cranes in areas where they feed.
Time: 8:50 – 11:00 a.m.
This tour begins and ends at the Staten Island Grain Mill (silo) on Staten Island Road, a short way from the Walnut Grove/Thornton Road. It is very visible after you cross over the Mokelumne River. There is ample parking by the mill.
Tickets went on sale online for purchase on September 5, 2022
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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
This tour begins and ends at the grain mill on Staten Island. This is the large structure with grain silos that is located on Staten Island Road just south of Walnut Grove/Thornton Road. Parking is available next to the mill. Meet your guide near the mill by 8:50 a.m.
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