Wildlife Tour | December 14

Have you ever seen snow in San Elijo? Come with us to watch the coyote brush shedding fluffy white seeds that sail and fall like snowflakes in a winter wonderland. Glance at a frosty branch and you might spot tiny pink-tinged “pine cones.” These are bud galls, the handiwork of tiny midges that lay their eggs on developing buds. The Toyon celebrates winter with vibrant red “holly” berries, while the Thrasher belts out “Jingle, Jingle, Jingle Bells.” Happy Holidays from San Elijo Ecological Reserve!

Weather permitting. Wildlife is unpredictable. There is no guarantee of what you will see.

Volunteers Elizabeth Venrick + Mark Jenne will lead your nature experience.

Reserve Your Spot
  • Date & Time

    December 14, 2024
    9:00 - 11:00 am

  • Ages

    Registration required

  • Location

    San Elijo Lagoon (meet-up location will be emailed to registered participants)

  • Cost

    Free (Donations welcome)


Wildlife Tour | December 14