Led by Sea and Sage Audubon in partnership with the Irvine Ranch Water District, Wildlife Walks is a free monthly nature walk for all ages at the beautiful San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary. Bring your whole family to celebrate spring as you walk around the butterfly garden, deep ponds, and shallow ponds of this 300-acre freshwater marsh. Witness first-hand the interactions between plants and animals as you explore with all your senses under the guidance of our experienced naturalists. Listen as songbirds attract their mates and defend their territories. See and smell flowering plants like Matilija poppy (California’s largest native flower), California wild rose, California buckwheat, and coastal sunflower. Butterflies and lizards are abundant on sunny days. Everyone, young and old, is welcome to attend; children younger than 11 must be accompanied by an adult. Bring water and sun protection for a walk around water. Come prepared to touch, smell, and hear nature throughout the seasons! Please go to www.seaandsageaudubon.org for further information, or speak with the Audubon House volunteer at 949-261-7963. There is no registration required.
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