The Audubon Society, Sierra Club, and Friends of the Los Angeles River have teamed up to lead tours of the North and South Wildlife Reserves. This is an opportunity to see the undisturbed habitat in the North Reserve and the destruction in the South Reserve, as well as the few areas of the South Reserve that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has not yet removed with guides knowledgeable about birds, native plants, or river environment.
Meet at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Amphitheater at 9:00 a.m. sharp Sunday, January 13, 2013.
This is not primarily a bird walk, but bring binoculars if you have them.
The focus will be on the destruction in the South Reserve and what we can do to stop it. Plan to walk around two miles on uneven ground.
Directions: From Woodley Avenue, turn east on the park road that is one-half mile north of Burbank Blvd. and one half-mile south of Victory Blvd. The park road branches immediately at approximately 6100 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys. Stay to the right. Drive one-half mile east to the end of the road. Parking will be on your left. The amphitheater will be on your right, just past the rock monuments and low rock faced buildings (restrooms).