On June 17, the Pacific Flyway held its groundbreaking where it will bring walking trails, an education center and preserve marshlands.
for children, families and the local communities to learn about and appreciate the migratory birds that call California home for part or all of the year.
and taking visitors deep into the wetlands, the Walk will be an extensive series of winding paths with interpretive displays.
The prominent placement of the Pacific Flyway Center will be a permanent reminder to preserve, protect, educate and inspire.
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The Pacific Flyway Center will be front and center for this significant stopover on the north-south migration path for birds that stretches from Alaska to Patagonia.
This grant, which is awarded to fund multi-benefit projects in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Suisun Marsh that promote community access to parks, open space, nature, or cultural amenities, will fund a specific project designed to initiate construction for the Phase 1 “The Walk in the Marsh”.
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