Celebrate a belated Earth Day at the only nature preserve in the City of Los Angeles.
Chatsworth Nature Preserve will host an open house on Saturday, June 24, from 4 to 8 pm.
Enjoy guided nature hikes, live animal exhibitions, an environmental and community resource fair as well as food trucks.
The Fernandeno Tataviam band of Mission Indians will conduct a ceremony with a Native American blessing.
No dogs, drones, cigarettes, bikes or scooters allowed. Do bring hats, refillable water bottles, sunscreen and comfortable walking shoes.
Enter and park at the gate at Valley Circle just west of Plummer Street.
The Chatsworth Nature Preserve is a major City of Los Angeles open space preserve teeming with wildlife. More than 200 species of birds are on site. There are notable amphibians and reptiles; the fauna includes large and small mammals and habitats include oak woodlands and savanna, riparian areas, chaparral, grassland, and an Ecology Pond.
For more information on the open house or the preserve visit ladwp.com.