Campfire Stories - Saturday Docent Meeting
Every month we hear from experts on a variety of topics connected with Point Lobos. The December 7th meeting will give you a chance to hear from a few of the real Point Lobos experts, your fellow docents – the “boots on the ground” – who will relate stories of their favorite experiences at the Reserve – things they have seen and heard from and about the animals, visitors, and Point Lobos itself when they were just going about the business of being a docent. Find out …
… What did that otter do with that big chunk of concrete?
… What can a 3-year-old teach docents about Whalers Cabin … or about whales
… About “feet eaters” running amok in the Reserve.
We'll lean back in a round-the-campfire atmosphere – without the campfire – and enjoy listening to our colleagues' sometimes humorous, sometimes eye-opening, sometimes touching experiences while being a Point Lobos Docent.
This is a special meeting you won't want to miss -- full of surprises and smiles.
CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS
To provide for the health, inspiration and education of the people of California by helping to preserve the state’s extraordinary biological diversity, protecting its most valued natural and cultural resources, and creating opportunities for high-quality outdoor recreation.
Docent volunteers serve as a visible representative of California State Parks at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve promoting the California State Parks mission. These four simple words -- preserve, protect, educate and interpret -- sum up the docent experience.
POINT LOBOS FOUNDATION
To advance visitors' enjoyment and understanding of Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, to protect its natural environment for future generations and to strengthen the Monterey County network of coastal California State Parks.
Docent led walks
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 2:00pmInformation StationGeneralPaul Mason
Sat, 12/07/2013 - 1:30pmInformation StationGeneralAnn Muto
Sun, 12/08/2013 - 11:30amInformation StationGeneralRobert Andonian
Scheduled School Walks
Check out the school walks that have been reserved by schools on the pointlobos.org website
Interested in Volunteering?
Volunteers needed to be interpretive guides for visitors. Interested? For training schedule contact: Melissa Gobell, Docent Coordinator email@example.com (831) 625-1470