The Friends of Albany Hill works to preserve the special nature and open space in Albany, home to many native species of wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, and trees. We also support the Monarch Butterfly Migration located on the hill during the winter months.  Contact us to get involved in gatherings on the hill.

A Day of Nature and Culture On Albany Hill

Saturday, December 1, 2018, 8:00am–4:30pm

Heavy Rain Cancels — Trails Unmaintained — Wear Sturdy Shoes

Birding 8:00–10:00am

Join: Ralph Pericoli – 25 Years with Golden Gate Raptor Observatory
* Certified Master Birder with California Academy Of Sciences
Bring Binoculars
Reserve: ralphpericoli@att.net — Limited Registration

Forest Bathing Walk: 10:30am–12:30pm

Join: Corey Chan – Certified Nature And Forest Therapy Guide
Connect With Nature and Self.
Reserve: cfitz68@hotmail.com — Limited Registration!!

Monarch Butterfly Census: 3:00–4:30pm

Join Bill Shepard, Alameda County Coordinator for Thanksgiving Monarch Count
and Carole Fitzgerald and Michael Gold — Friends Of Albany Hill
Meet at Taft Street Turnaround for Census
Bring Binoculars, Wear Sturdy Shoes

Poster (PDF):