Bayside Birding & Walking Trail Ribbon Cutting Celebrates People, Partnerships, and Wildlife
Jun 04, 2016 12:29AM ● Published by Paul Spear
County Supervisor Greg Cox also touched on the development of the refuge, but also the connectivity of the trail to the Bayshore Bikeway system that encircles the refuge, and the conservation efforts of nearby Tijuana River Valley. “This part of San Diego is ground zero for not only resource protection for the bird species on the pacific flyway that rest here, but also the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park which also has a new trail system we are celebrating next Saturday June 11,” he said. Executive Officer Sam Schuchat of the Coastal Conservancy said, “I can’t think of anything that better exemplifies what we do and who we are than this project: wetland restoration and public access. In a city, Imperial Beach, that has embraced its environmental possibilities, next to an elementary school where hopefully the kids will occasionally be let outside to study real biology, instead of book biology.”
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