Program Overview: Whether you’re new to birding and botany or you want to learn more about Yosemite’s high-country ecology, you’re bound to enjoy this relaxing weekend with a naturalist guide. During a series of day hikes in the White Wolf area, you’ll learn about and look for diverse bird and plant species that live at the park’s high elevations. Enjoy summer scenery as you practice identifying songbirds by sight and sound, and using clues such as petal count and color to figure out which wildflowers are blooming along the trails. This weekend offers naturalists of all levels a can’t-miss opportunity to learn from a Yosemite expert and recharge in the beautiful Sierra Nevada.
Know Before You Go
- When: Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16 from 8 am to around 3 pm each day.
- Where: White Wolf
- Registration includes: Two days of guided hiking, park entry (as needed), and three nights of tent camping at a shared group site (July 14, 15 and 16). There is no discount if you choose not to use the included gate pass or campsite.
- Lodging: Tent camping (included), or upgrade to White Wolf Lodge for an additional fee. Camping and lodging dates cannot be adjusted. The upgrade option expires 30 days before the program. Lodging information will be sent immediately after registering.
- Experience level: No experience necessary!
COVID-19: We have implemented special safety measures to keep participants and instructors safe during the ongoing pandemic. Please review our COVID-19 procedures for details.