On Saturday, February 10th, San Diego Audubon hosted their annual "Love Your Wetlands Day" at the Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve. The Climate Science Alliance was invited to host an interactive Climate Kids. Ambassadors from Mission Bay High School and our partners at STAYCOOL for Grandkids joined us for a multi-generational approach to engaging the public on climate change.
Audubon's annual "Love Your Wetlands Day" is the only day of the year that the reserve is open to the public. The day's activities focused on educating the public on the importance of wetlands, the threats they are currently facing, and what can be done to help protect them. Native planting and walking tours through the marsh were led by Audubon volunteers, informational booths from a variety of environmental organizations, crafts for kids, presentations from the Raptor Institute and information on ReWild Mission Bay were also conducted throughout the day. The event concluded with a raffle with goodies donated by attending organizations and volunteers. Check out photos of this awesome event below!