Sunday, April 19, 2020
12 pm to 2 pm
Visit Capay Open Space Park for the unveiling of the new interpretive signs and completed park enhancements.
The new interpretive signs reference the geological and social history of the Cache Creek, mining along the creek, and restoration of the Cache Creek ecosystem.
Also, view the new entrance signs, trail sign, creek access sign, as well as:
There will also be educational activities led by the Conservancy's environmental education staff.
CAPAY OPEN SPACE PARK
15603 County Road 85
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As shown above, the Cache Creek Nature Preserve held its Grand Opening in the year 2000. Twenty years later the Nature Preserve is flourishing! Native plants cover the once sparse slopes of the rehabilitated wetland, thousands of elementary students "Experience the Creek" each year, and Native American cultural practices are used to maintain habitats found here.
Come celebrate 20 years with us at an open house event from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, 2020. There will be presentations from Cache Creek Conservancy staff and special guests, family-friendly activities, live music and food available from Buckhorn BBQ and Davis Creamery!
Check out these local talents who will be featured at the event:
20th Anniversary Celebration
New Date: Saturday, May 16, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Cache Creek Nature Preserve
34199 County Road 20
Woodland, CA 95695
Cache Creek Conservancy recognizes current public health concerns surrounding Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). We are staying informed of the recommendations from public health officials regarding community gatherings and will postpone the open house event to the autumn of 2020 if recommend. As of now, the 20th Anniversary Celebration is postponed to May 16th.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Great Backyard Bird Count. Our list totaled 55 species, including a Great Horned Owl, California Thrasher, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, and amazing views of a Green Heron! We submitted the list to researchers at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society to contribute to their data on migration patterns and long-term population trends.
Locally-sourced, native grasses and wildflowers are now taking root in the riparian area at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve! Thank you to the 18 volunteers who gave their time to help establish native habitat!
Cache Creek Conservancy and NORR presented concepts for the proposed Visitor Center at the Woodland Public Library in January. The overall public reaction to the proposal was positive. Concerns included restroom facilities and ensuring environmental and fire safety.
A big thank you to everyone who showed support and visited the Nature Preserve during our "Meet the Curators!" event in December. Our interns gained valuable experience developing and presenting the exhibit!
The mammal exhibit will continue to be on display until spring and shows many of the different species found here at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. It includes beaver, bat, river otter, raccoon, and bobcat to name a few! We encourage you to come visit us and learn about native mammals!
The Cache Creek Nature Preserve was open late for an after-dark, guided tour. Visitors experienced nature after dark for a unique opportunity to be immersed in nature's night-time sounds and activity. Bats, owls, deer, and beaver were among the nocturnal animals we observed!