A Bobcat Sighting In The Pedro Point Headlands

A Bobcat Sighting In The Pedro Point Headlands

Are there bobcats? Yes! John Barnett of Go Native, a local habitat restoration company, took this photo while he was operating an excavator working on the new trails. The bobcat just ignored him while he was working. He got the photo just before the bobcat disappeared...
Volunteer Work Days for 2018 Announced

Volunteer Work Days for 2018 Announced

The 2018 volunteer work days for habitat restoration at the Pedro Point Headlands are… February 25 March 25 April 29 May 27 (Memorial Day weekend) June 24 July 22 August 26 September 23 October 28 November 25 “Escape to the Headlands” All times are 9:45 a.m. – 1:00...
Why Protect Pedro Point Headlands?

Why Protect Pedro Point Headlands?

With so much beautiful coastline, why spend so much effort to restore Pedro Point Headlands? This is a good question! Pedro Point Headlands not only provides the backdrop to Pacifica’s layers of ridgelines and valleys and boasts spectacular views and wild trails, but...
A Win-Win Story

A Win-Win Story

As local residents will recall, the section of road between Pacifica and Montara where Highway 1 crossed Devil’s Slide had a long history of closure due to rockslides and land slippage. This section of the old Highway 1 is now the Devil’s Slide Trail (DST), a...