Wildlife

Countrywide Guide to Springtime Blooms


Springtime is here! If you’re ready to come out of hibernation and visit some parks, you’re in for a treat. Flowers are starting to bloom all across the country, from […]

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7 Ways to Visit Parks Responsibly


Summer season is here! We hope that means you’ll be making more visits to your local, state and national parks. With higher visitation numbers comes more impact to park resources, so […]

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13 Lucky Wildlife Sightings in California Parks


Park Visitors may love nature and outdoor activities, but some of us are in it for the wildlife sightings! Check out some amazing wildlife sightings across public parks in California […]

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The Perfect GIF for Mother’s Day


Mother’s Day is May 11th.  If the local supermarket is sold out of flowers and all the restaurants are booked, you can email her this link and it will be […]

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Five Easy Steps to Keep the Coyote at Bay


Spring is here and that means just one thing, not love or the re-birth of Nature after the long, desolate Winter but coyotes.  Yes, the wily coyote.  The coyote’s natural […]

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Wildflowers and Places To See Them in Southern California


1) California Poppies Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve The main attraction at Antelope Valley State Park.  The poppies just began blooming, creating a sea of orange over the desert grasslands. […]

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Ultimate Spring Wildflower Guide for California


There’s something about finishing a checklist that makes us feel complete. We’ve set a goal, worked hard to get there, and then accomplished it. So let us set up a […]

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Best Snowy GIFs of the 2013-2014 Winter Season


     

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10 Fun Facts and Photos of Pygmy Owls


Whooo doesn’t love owls? Your favorite owls are perhaps stars from the screen, like Harry Potter’s beloved snowy friend, Hedwig; Pooh Bear’s misguided guidance counselor, Owl; or the impatient empiricist, Mr. Owl, […]

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Spring Is Coming to California Parks!


Everyone’s heard the age-old adage: Take the time to stop and smell the roses. In this day and age with growing industry and increasing business, it’s becoming more difficult to […]

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