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Webinar from Speadwing Seep

9:00 AM

November 16, 2019

Online event

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Join BioBlitz Club and Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful for a virtual event from Coyote Valley

Join us for a webinar from a breatiful little seep flowing from the foothills of Coyote Valley into Coyote Creek. The seep is home to many sensitive aquatic insects, such as Water Penny Beetles and stoneflies, that can only live in clean water, and are not found anywhere else in the San Jose creeks. The seep is named after the Great Spreadwing damslefly - this is the only known location of the species in the county. 

You can visit this special place by joining our webiner. RSVP link will be posted later. 

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