Ardenwood Historic Farm

Naturalist Information and Programs

Park District visitor centers are open, and naturalists are hosting a combination of in-person and virtual programs. Please see below for program options.

Parks to People: Bringing Our Parks into Homes, Classes, and Communities

Learn about the natural resources, wildlife, and history of the Regional Parks. Take virtual reality tours of selected parks. Watch cool videos of storytelling and singing by park naturalists. Start learning now

Naturalist Programs: In-Person & Virtual Options

Field Trips

Each of our visitor centers offer a variety of in-person and live virtual field trips designed for educators. Hosted by naturalists, they cover an assortment of environmental topics relating to our parks. These programs are free to public school teachers and community organizations in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. For more information on how to apply: EBRPD - Educator Resources

Public Programs

Join our naturalists for a variety of in-person or live virtual programs to have fun while learning about your East Bay Regional Parks. To search and register for programs: East Bay Regional Parks Online Registration

Parks/Visitor CentersPrograms/Events Flyers 

Black Birders Week

5/29 to 6/4

Ardenwood Historic FarmMay
Big Break: Visitor CenterMay-June
Black Diamond: Visitor CenterMay-June
Coyote Hills: Visitor Center
Crab Cove: Visitor CenterMay
Del Valle Visitor CenterMay | June
Dumbarton Quarry Campground on the BayCampfire flyer
Mobile Education OutreachMobile Ed Descriptions
Sunol: Visitor Center, Southeast SectorMay-June
Tilden Nature Area: Visitor CenterMay-June

Nature Program Flyers

Park/Visitor CenterProgram Flyers

Ardenwood Historic Farm

Big Break Visitor Center

Coyote Hills Regional Park

Crab Cove Visitor Center
Dumbarton Quarry Campground on the Bay
Mobile Fish Exhibit / Mobile Visitor Center