Home to a variety of diverse habitats, including rare plant and animal species, the Landmarks present many opportunities to experience and learn from the wonders of nature. Irvine Ranch Conservancy and its partners, OC Parks, City of Irvine and the City of Newport Beach, frequently host interpretive activities for all ages to learn, explore, and connect with local wildlands.
On Saturday, September 18, join Irvine Ranch Conservancy volunteers for OC Parks’ “Uncloak the Oak” interpretive activity. Young naturalists will learn about the importance of the Coastal Oak Woodlands through fun games, nature activities and leisurely paced trail walk.
Visitors can also create their own learning experience by exploring seven-day access trails daily from dawn to dusk. Seven-day access trails can be found at popular Landmark locations such as the City of Irvine’s Bommer Canyon and Quail Hill, Newport Beach’s Buck Gully Reserve, OC Parks’ Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and Crystal Cove State Park.
To learn more about interpretive activities and learning opportunities on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks, visit LetsGoOutside.org.