This will be our 10th event as part of a new program, in collaboration with Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society and Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority. Laguna Seca is the largest wetland in the county, and it was recently protected. This event is part of an effort to learn more about the biodiversity of this area, and collect data for future studies. The area is closed to the public, so this is a great opportunity to visit. During the BioBlitz, we will explore the area in small groups, and document every living things together, using the smartphone app iNaturalist. You can read more about Coyote Valley on OSA website. ** Please note the location on the map is incorrect. Make sure you follow the directions on the invitation ** Directions: From 101S, take Bailey exit, turning right onto Santa Teresa. Proceed until just past the planted meridian strip and turn left to the green gate. From 85S, take the Bernal exit, turning left onto Santa Teresa. Proceed to the second green gate on the right hand side of the road, just before the start of the planted median strip. Latitude/Longitude: 37.210736, -121.747062 More info and RSVP link will be posted later!