The City of Lancaster invites area residents to the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve for an enchanting bird walk. Attendees can enjoy a guided tour of the preserve's beautiful trails all while learning about the desert's birds.
Audubon Society member and co-chair, Vern Benhart, will lead participants on an hour long walk, teaching about desert birds. A city park ranger will accompany the group as they walk the trails, enjoying all that nature has to offer.
The bird walk is free and open to the public. It will take place at on Saturday, Jan. 11 at the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve (located at 35th Street West & Avenue K-8.) The group will meet inside the Preserve's Interpretive Center at 8 a.m. Remember to bring your field guides and binoculars, because you never know what species you will see.
Please call the Preserve Park Ranger at 661-723-6230 with any questions.