Have you guessed what it is yet?
common name: California Kingsnake
scientific names: Lampropeltis getulus californiae
habitat: grasslands, freshwater marshes, desert, farmland, chaparral, forest, and woodland
size: 27 to 76 cm
description: The California Kingsnake is dark brown or … Read more
OK so why is this non profit land trust, dedicated to saving the environment and educating kids, giving away gas? Good question, because everyone needs gas. I know I don’t walk to work, nor does anyone in … Read more
Photo by: Phil Robertson
In the first half of the 20th century, the Anna’s Hummingbird bred only in northern Baja California and southern California. The planting of exotic flowering trees provided nectar and nesting sites, and allowed the … Read more
Photo by: Barry Anderson
Chaparral penstemon (Penstemon heterophyllus) is a highly variable herbaceous perennial found in the grasslands, chaparral, and woodlands of California. The purple flowers bloom in May or June, sometimes later. This photograph [number 1] was … Read more
Looking for something to do this weekend that doesn’t require sitting in front of the TV. Check out this weeks activity. This will be a great one for this weekend since the rains are soon to arrive. Have fun.
Bike … Read more