Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Wildflower Message from the Laguna Canyon Foundation

Here is an email from the Laguna Canyon Foundation discussing the abundance of Wildflowers that are beginning to pop up in the Laguna Coast Wilderness.
Who says Southern California doesn't have seasons? This winter's record rain, coupled with recent warm and cold spells, has transformed the park before our eyes. Flowers are beginning to paint the landscape, creeks continue to flow, and the birding at Barbara's Lake is amazing. If you haven't made it to the park yet this year, now is the time to do so. Many people enjoy the park on their own, but through our dedicated volunteers and the Rangers and staff of the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, we offer over 35 public programs in March alone click Here for list. These programs include fitness, yoga and nature hikes, bike rides, and youth and family programs. You can also join us for our monthly Keep it Wild Volunteer Day, where we all work to plant native species, pull  invasive plants, and provide much needed trail maintenance. The Laguna Canyon Foundation is here to help you experience this incredible open space, in whatever way works for you.
Here are some good hiking options for the South Coast Wildernerness: Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, the Laguna Coast Wilderness, the James Dilley Preserve, and Crystal Cove State Park.

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