Sat, Feb 26|
Los Angeles State Historic Park
Transit to Trails: Bring On the Birds with Native Plants
Ever wondered what relationship birds and native plants have with each other? Maybe you’ve even wondered why birds love being in your garden especially during this time of the year? Join us as we learn why native plants are not only beneficial to birds, but our overall eco-system!
Time & Location
Feb 26, 2022, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM PST
Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1501 N Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
About the Event
Meet us near the Los Angeles State Historic Park parking lot on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 9am for our Transit to Trails to King Gillette Ranch. We will learn about the importance native plants have on birds by having the option to join our Program Coordinator on a hike to Inspiration Point trail which is 1.5 miles with a 246ft elevation gain or join our Lead Naturalist for a native plant stroll in the Native Plant Garden. Come learn how native plants attract various birds at King Gillette Ranch!
Binoculars will be provided, but you are welcomed to bring your own.
Important to note: If you search for the Los Angeles State Historic Park on the internet, the address that will usually pop up is 1245 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012. However, the building adjacent to the parking lot is the Ranger Station which has an address of 1501 N. Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90012. Please make sure to use the exact address that’s provided above on our registration page.
There is a parking fee of $2/hr, up to $8/day. Since we will be back at 4pm, make sure to purchase the $8 parking ticket and display it on your dashboard. Lastly, if you’d like, you can also take public transition by taking the Gold Line that runs next to the Los Angeles State Historic Park.
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