The coastal sand dunes along Linda Mar Beach are among the most dynamic and fragile natural formations relying on our commitment to protecting and preserving them. Native plants are believed to host up to 400% more insects by mass as a food source than non-native plants. Restoration is vital to a healthy ecosystem and protects the beach, shorebirds, and wildlife. In Pacifica, restoration is critical for preserving habitat for the threatened western snowy plover and coastal bee populations on the Pacific coast.
PBC Site Captain Michael Ayala will be leading this weekend's Habitat Restoration. His hands-on skill and inspiring goals of fully eradicating invasive non-native plants while expanding a flourishing native habitat teeming with biodiversity in Pacifica are the inspiration guiding our restoration program. Volunteers of any age can participate in restoration. The team is often joined by members of the Pacifica Shorebird Alliance. Michael is also our treasurer and a member of our Steering Committee.
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