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 Viewing Wildflowers? Be Kind to Nature If you are planning to view wildflowers around the Peninsula, know that you may see individual plant blooms scattered around the preserves but there are no large fields of flowers compared with some other popular wildflower blooms around southern California. If you do want to visit the Peninsula to see wildflowers, the best way to enjoy them is to join us for a 2nd Saturday Guided Nature Walk. Click here to select a date and RSVP. You can also enjoy visiting our native plant demonstration garden with blooming poppies at the White Point Nature Preserve in San Pedro. Click here for directions and information. Remember to stay on the trails! Walking off trail severely damages native plants and soils. No matter how tempted you are by this season’s wildflower bloom, please do not pick the flowers -- leave them to dazzle generations to come.

 We are pleased to share that the draft RPV Natural Community Conservation Plan/Habitat Conservation Plan (NCCP/HCP) and draft environmental assessment (EA) are available for review and comment. Click HERE for further details.

 Please note:  The Palomino Ranchos Trail near the western end of Chandler Reserve may be temporarily closed during the Palos Verdes Peninsula Water Reliability Project construction. Please CLICK HERE for more information.

 Saturday, April 27th, 9am-12pm
Outdoor Volunteer Day at Alta Vicente Reserve. Sign up

 Saturday, May 11th, 9am
Nature Walk at Forrestal Reserve. Click here to RSVP