2020 Field Trips

We use Flickr to host slideshows for our Field Trips. The following links will show you how to join the Alameda Photographic Society group on Flickr and how to submit images for your field trip

Joining the APS Flickr Group

Adding Field Trip Images to APS group for slideshow

Destination Click on image to see more

Point Pinole Regional Shoreline  a 2,432-acre parkland right next to densely populated Pinole, Richmond, and San Pablo. Trails lead through breezy meadows with wildflowers in season, through aromatic eucalyptus woods, or along bluffs and beaches on San Pablo Bay.

Flickr tag: 2020_Pinole

Trip Leader: Jeannette Lakness-King

2020 Coyote Hills Regional Park

Coyote Hills  Comprised of 1,266 acres of marshland and rolling grassland covered hills, this busy park is located along the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, northwest of the cities of Fremont and Newark.

Flickr tag: 2020_Coyote

Trip Leader: Stephen Hinchey

2020 Coyote Hills Regional Park

Brushy Peak  Brushy Peak is a 1,702-foot landmark at the juncture of the San Francisco Bay Area, the California Delta, and the Central Valley. The peak and its environs have been recognized as sacred by generations of native Californians.

Flickr tag: 2020_Brushy

Trip Leader: Mark Brueckman

2020 Brushy Peak Regional Park

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