We are participating in the City Nature Challenge – a worldwide competition in which a bunch of different cities compete against each other to see who is documenting nature and urban biodiversity better. It runs from April 26 to April 29. On Saturday, April 27, join a National Park Service ranger on a guided hike at Griffith Park.
Exact trail is Old LA Zoo Trail. Parking will be at the Merry G0-Round parking area which is near the Ranger Station (4730 Crystal Springs Drive). If you’re driving north on Crystal Springs Drive, make a left on the first street where the Ranger Station is that leads to the Merry Go-Round parking lot.
- enough water
- hat/sun protection
Download the iNaturalist application on your smart phone and help us identify plants, animals or fungi so we can take the crown back from San Francisco.
Help the largest Bluegrass Festival in Southern California recover from the Woolsey Fire by coming out to the beautiful Paramount Ranch and get your Bluegrass Fix listening to “Hot October”, “Angel City”, “Sausage Grinder”, and “Evie Ladin” along with unlimited jamming, and folk dancing, contests, children’s crafts, workshops. Compete for thousands of dollars in prizes and take part in 9 hours of non-stop action! Get your tickets online and save $$, or volunteer and get in for free! Parking is always free; get there early for the best spot.