Coyote Hills Nature Walk Sept. 14

Sept 14  from 9am-11am
Meet at Laguna Lake Equestrian Center on Lakeview Dr., (off Euclid) in Fullerton.

Please join the Friends of Coyote Hills for an enjoyable Free Nature Walk along the trails of West Coyote Hills.  In Fall, buckwheat flowers dry to a rusty brown-red.  And if provided with enough early morning dew and longer cool nights, many native plants begin sprouting new growth.  Many different bird species migrate south through here; some stay and some continue to their wintering grounds. And we always have the rare opportunity to hear or see a threatened bird, the California Gnatcatcher, which lives here year ’round.  On clear days the views of Orange County and local mountains are spectacular and picture-worthy.

It’s a moderately easy 2 to 2 1/2 mile hike (with some uphill climbing) suitable for the entire family.  It is a wonderful time to enjoy a walk in the West Coyote Hills – breathe in fresh air, soak up the sunshine and be out-of-doors.  Doggies are welcome as long as they are on a leash.

We meet at the open-gate entrance to the Equestrian Center of Laguna Lake Park, on Lakeview just east of Euclid in Fullerton. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water to drink.
http://www.coyotehills.org  for more information on why and how we can save Coyote Hills as an open space park for all to enjoy.
Brea32

 

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