Tue, December 15, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The San Francisco Bay area during the last Ice Age was grander than anything imaginable. What is now the bay was a wide, grassy valley teeming with wildlife. There were herds of mammoth and mastodon, camel and horse. Herds of bison darkened the areas they grazed. And mingling with these great herbivores were fierce predators, such as the short-faced bear and saber-toothed cat, packs of dire wolves, and prides of California lion. The “California Serengeti” was among the greatest natural phenomena of all time. You have to see it to believe it! Join retired California Senior Archaeologist, Breck Parkman, for a trip back in time to tour the California Serengeti.
Presented by Sonoma Land Trust.