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MLK Jr. Shoreline Park Habitat Restoration 

When: Sat., July 23, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 2011
Phone: 510-843-2222
Price: free
If you're a fan of nature and not so much a fan of trash, the Golden Gate Audubon Society, the East Bay Regional Park District, and REI have organized a volunteer clean-up effort to help restore the marsh at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline Park (Doolittle Dr. and Swan Way, Oakland). The effort, on Saturday, July 23, entails removing invasive plants and garbage from the area to promote the growth of native plants and to help the endangered California clapper rail and other bird species. Bird experts will also give guided walks throughout the park. 9 a.m.—noon, free. RSVP to 510-527-4140 or REI.com/Berkeley. GoldenGateAudubon.org
— Cassie McFadden

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