Third Saturday Walks
Pacific Wildlife Care
Virginia Flaherty will lead a walk focusing on
PWC’s rehabilitation program. PWC has rescued, rehabilitated
and released thousands of animals since 1986, including virtually
all of the native species found in the Elfin Forest, on the sand spit
and in the estuary. Virginia will talk about what we can do to help
insure the return of injured, orphaned, and oiled wildlife to the
hills and waters of the Central Coast. She will bring one of PWC’s
Wildlife Ambassadors to the start of the walk.
October 15 at 9:30 a.m.
Simply indicate the number of participants in your group
in the subject line of an email to
Wear comfortable shoes and layers in case of fog or wind.
Meet at the north end of 15th St. in Los Osos.
An easy 1-mile walk lasts 1.5 to 2 hours.