This stroll is a birder's delight. As you walk within the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, you'll have the chance to see the American white pelican, least tern or maybe even the endangered Ridgeway rail.
Great blue herons, coots, and shovelers. Also look for the endangered Ridgway rail and salt marsh harvest mouse, which depend on this habitat to survive.
The 55 acre Stevens Creek Shoreline Nature Study Area is part of the larger Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge (Refuge) managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. At 30,000 acres, it is the nation’s first and largest urban wildlife refuge and home to literally millions of migratory birds and endangered species.