Built in 1995, the Nature Center was funded in part by the Peninsula Open Space Trust in partnership with the David and Judy Daniels family in memory of their son David C. Daniels. The focus of the small Nature Center is to interpret the local environment (both flora and fauna) with an emphasis on the diversity of the natural communities that occur nearby grassland, woodland, chaparral/shrub, and pond/riparian. Volunteers staff the facility and welcome visitors by providing information about the District, its preserves, and the area's natural history. Volunteers also encourage hands-on discovery via the Nature Center's exhibits and exploration of the surrounding trails.
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