• Event Time 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
  • Event Start Date 05/13/2017
  • Event Location Lakeview Dr./Laguna Lake Equestrian Center, Fullerton CA 92835

Spring and summer provide Coyote Hills with a profusion of color; carmine monkey flowers and black sage crowd the slopes with spots of red and violet, along with coastal prickly pear, orange deer plant, and purple Fern-leaved phaecelia.

As spring wanes and early summer comes around one hears the songs and calls of a multitude of nesting birds like the Bewick’s Wrens, song sparrows, orange-crowned warblers, and goldfinches. The rare California gnatcatchers call out in the early mornings, while at dusk brush rabbits come out to forage and the coyotes sing in celebration of the new season.

It’s an easy 2 to 2 1/2 mile hike suitable for the entire family. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash.  Join us!  Breathe in fresh air, soak up the sunshine and be out-of-doors.

We meet at the open-gate entrance to the Equestrian Center of Laguna Lake Park, on Lakeview just east of Euclid in Fullerton. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water to drink.