Join a volunteer naturalist at Dana Pt. Park (near Cpt. John's Marina) to get a glance at Jackie and Shadow, parents of 2 eggs on the Fawnskin eagle's nest. Robin will have a spotting scope set up and can answer all your eagle questions.
Lytle Creek Native Plant Nursery, Lytle Creek Ranger Station
About this Event
Easy | 3-4 hours max. | Number of Volunteers: 20 | Family Friendly
9:30AM - 1:00PM meet at the Lytle Creek Ranger Station
Restoration - Forest Nursery
Join us for a fun day out in the forest nursery. This is an easy project that anyone can participate in.
Projects vary by season from painting sheds, installing fencing and other maintenance projects to watering plants, weeding, planting, bumping up seedlings to bigger pots or collecting native seeds - whatever needs to be done that day.
By growing and planting native plants from locally collected seeds, we protect native habitat, sensitive species, as well as unique cultural resources.
You can feel good knowing you are helping to restore the Forest we all enjoy and love. 🌱
No training needed. Families welcome. Bring lunch, water, and sun protection. No services nearby.
Thanks to our partners at the US Forest Service.
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Join one of our naturalists at Chirp Nature Center in the Village to make your very own pinecone birdfeeder! Take it home and watch your backyard birds stop by for a treat. The address is 40850 Village Dr., Big Bear Lake (weather dependent). Free!
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