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Canyoneers are citizen scientists and volunteers who have had comprehensive training by Museum scientists and local experts on the natural history of the region. One of the few trail-guide groups nationwide affiliated with a natural history museum rather than a park or reserve, they have provided free guided tours in San Diego County since 1973. When you hike with a Canyoneer, you are encouraged to stop, look, listen, touch, smell, and examine—to understand that everything is linked together.
Hikes for the September 2015–June 2016 season are shown below. Click on any flag to see descriptions and directions to the hikes. In Internet Explorer and Chrome, right click to print the directions. In Firefox, click the three horizontal bars in upper right corner of the browser and select PRINT. For Mac, use the FILE menu and then select PRINT.
Canyoneers are San Diego Natural History Museum volunteers trained to teach appreciation of plants and animals in southern California.
Funding for Canyoneers is generously provided by The Samuel I. and John Henry Fox Foundation, The Canyoneers, and SDG&E Environmental Champions. The San Diego Natural History Museum’s education programs are funded in part by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture.