Nature & Wildlife in Los Angeles

Franklin Canyon Site

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Island of open space, surrounded by city... read more

San Gabriel Wilderness

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Horseback riding, hiking and backpacking... read more

Solstice Canyon

Solitude and serenity attract people here... read more

Cheeseboro / Palo Comado Canyons

Keep your eyes open for wildlife... read more

Rancho Sierra Vista / Satwiwa

National recreation area... read more

Zuma / Trancas Canyons

Abundance of plant and animal life... read more

Rocky Oaks

Diversity of wildlife habitats... read more

Peter Strauss Ranch

Enchanting oak woodland... read more

Palomar Ranger District

Palomar Ranger District is named for Palomar Mountain, a 6,126 foot rounded peak in the middle of the District. Palomar, meaning "dove" in colonial Spanish, was named by settlers who saw flocks of birds around the mountain... read more

High Desert Wildlife Sanctuaries

Wildlife sanctuary... read more

East Anacapa Island Trail

This nature trail comes complete with spectacular views of ocean and island landscapes. A brochure is available at the museum... read more

Cucamonga Wilderness

Numerous hiking and backpacking trails... read more

Cleveland National Forest

The Cleveland National Forest lies in Southern California stretching from the San Diego area, northward to the Orange and Riverside County urban areas. Visitors can find solitude and escape from the busy life of the nearby cities... read more

Troutdale - Clago's

2468 Troutdale Drive

Gone fishin'... read more

Will Rogers State Historical Park

1501 Will Rogers State Park Road

Visit a star's home... read more

Topanga State Park

20825 Entrada Road

Great hiking trails... read more

Placerita Canyon Natural Area and Nature Center

Nature Center: 19152 Placerita Canyon Road

A placid getaway... read more
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