Lake Chabot Goldenrod Trail

September 29, 2000

Boy Scouts of America Troop 299 hiked the Goldenrod Trail - from the southern-most end of Skyline Blvd., Oakland all the way down to Lake Chabot. Along the way they learned to identify and avoid poison oak, observed and identified a gopher snake, and learned to distinguish venomous from non-venomous snakes. The scouts also came across the remains of a large animal. Close inspection revealed it was a deer. The scouts learned to appreciate Lake Chabot ecology
Troop 299 Meets Wednesdays, 7 - 8:30 p.m. at Beth Eden Baptist Church, Oakland, California.
For more information contact call (510) 444-1625.

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