Activities Planned Throughout the Region for the Sixth Annual Endangered Species Day

Would you like to meet a tortoise, take a nature walk, or visit a nature center? From the Sespe Wilderness to the Devil’s Punchbowl, organizations across the region are hosting a weekend of free activities to acquaint you with plants and wildlife, May 20-22, in celebration of the sixth annual Endangered Species Day.

As one local example, on Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m. enjoy a nature walk at Gorman Post Road led by Michael O’Brian of the California Native Plant Society and Ileene Anderson of the Center for Biological Diversity. Learn about the plants, animals, challenges, and preservation goals of this special area.

Call for more details to Ileene at 323-654-5943.

For the full schedule, click here.

This is part of the May 13, 2011 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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