Celebrate spring and things with wings in the great outdoors this weekend, when the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District and the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society (SCVAS) host a day of eco-adventure, science, birding and hiking. The event emphasizes learning about local winged creatures, including birds, insects and bats, through a variety of fun activities, such as geo-caching for bird-themed treasure, arts and crafts, nature walks, and up-close animal encounters. Mayo & Mustard, a food truck, will be serving refreshments, and a variety of local groups will be exhibiting info. The event is free and will take place Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Skyline Ridge Preserve, equestrian parking lot, one mile south of the Skyline Blvd. (Highway 35) and Page Mill/Alpine Road intersection. No dogs allowed. The event will go on if it's drizzly but heavy rain cancels. For the full schedule, go to Wingding Family Fest.
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