A Good Enough Reason to Go All the Way out to the Presidio!
Hey, remember the Presidio? It’s that hard-to-get-to green place between here and the Golden Gate Bridge. Well, they’re having art out there now, and this was originally the last week to get to it!
Sponsored by the For-Site Foundation, Presidio Habitats showcases works designed to help out the animals living in the national park: a pyramid for a fox, a hummingbird feeder, a house for a bat, a house for a bee. Of course, with our luck, the owl teepee was inhabited by some weed-smokin’ hippie before any owls could set up house in there, but it’s a nice idea, and they’re tearing down everything that’s left… eventually. It’s extended to summer of this year, but no exact dates are given, so my advice is to get there sooner rather than later.
Visitors get free maps from an Exhibition Pavilion designed by Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects across from the Log Cabin. Then they guide themselves on walking tours amongst the exhibitions.Presidio Habitats, beginning at the Log Cabin
1299 Storey Ave. [The Presidio]
Monday, May 9 – Sunday, May 15, all day
Image courtesy of For-Site