Interpretive student aid, Jessica Furtado, holds Tyler the Gopher Snake, so that National, a student at Catalyst Academy of El Sobrante, can experience touching a snake for his very first time. The Big Break Regional Shoreline Visitor Center in Oakley was the site of an All Abilities Day event Tuesday, April 30.
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Nathan, center, enjoyed the afternoon at the Big Break Regional Shoreline Visitor Center for All Abilities Day in Oakley.
Interpretive student aid Jessica Furtado helps National, a student at Catalyst Academy, handle Tyler, a gopher snake.
A group from Futures Explored, serving all of East Contra Costa, took in the view from the end of the Big Break fishing pier.
Xavier, got a close look at a red fox pelt during his visit to the Big Break Regional Shoreline.
Big Break Recreation Leader, Stewart Reid, helped Kalei, a student of Rio Vista’s River Delta USD, take her fish off the hook.
The popular, inclusive program is designed to accommodate visitors of all abilities and included birding on the pier, watercolor painting, animal exploration and more. Flat, paved trails and a variety of activities provided engaging opportunities for visitors to explore the park.