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Yesterday we visited the "Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge", which is very close to the Coyote Hills. It is a quiet and beautiful place to visit and also a very good place for hiking, biking, and picnic. I shared more details in...More
This place is the good place for hiking and to watching the sun set. And it is free of parking. The trails are very easy, and there are many kinds of birds, it is great place for taking the photo for the birds. At evening,...More
Very easy to walk on trails. Mostly dirt (some rocks) for a quick outdoor family walk. Currently, roadway into park is being retrograded to be earthquake safe so it's sharing one lane with opposite traffic. Park is open sunrise to sunset. Not too crowded and...More
Don Edwards San Francisco National Wildlife Refuge is a excellent place to observed Natures Animals and there habitat. Miles and Miles of rich verdant wetlands. There are docents there to explain what it is all about and beautiful trails that go out into the wetlands...More
Don Edwards is a great place if you love to walk. Its not crowded like other places in bay Area. There is a 5 mile trek which I do it on daily. If you are looking for a great walk experience, this is the place...More
The Don Edwards wildlife refuge is a nice place to walk around and explore. It is also bicycle accessible and has nice trails that go around the refuge and also connects to Coyote Hills, which enable you to make it a nice long workout if...More
This is a great place to understand how wild life refuge works. Every month, there is a twilight march walk to understand the salt marsh, plants, habitat, birds. It is fun to learn while walking on the hills bathed in sunset.
There is no entrance...More
At various times I've seen snowy egrets, turkey vultures, coopers hawks, mallard and other ducks, loons, Canadian geese, grebes, sparrows, mockingbirds, plovers, terns, seagulls, robins, and juncos, but I might have missed a... More
At various times I've seen snowy egrets, turkey vultures, coopers hawks, mallard and other ducks, loons, Canadian geese, grebes, sparrows, mockingbirds, plovers, terns, seagulls, robins, and juncos, but I might have missed a few.