DOCENT-LED FAMILY NATURE WALKS
- Every Saturday at 9am. Meet in fron of the Nature Center. No Dogs, please.more ...
NATURE TAILS STORY HOUR
- Every Saturday at 10:30am. Stories and activities for children
- Wednesday, October 4 at 7:30pm (7:00pm social)
Program: "Lost Trails of the Altadena Foothills"Foothills", Paul Ayers, attorney and local trail historian will discuss several trails in the Front Range of the San Gabriel Mountains that were once popular but have fallen into disrepair. He will share his research methods, which include historic aerial photographs, historic maps, visual observation, remaining trail artifacts, and personal trail inspection.
CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY WALK
Plant walks are held on the second Sunday of each month except July and August. Meet in front of Eaton Canyon Nature Center at 9:00am
EATON CANYON GARDENING GROUP
- Sunday, October 8, at 10am. Meet in the Native Plant Garden.
EATON CANYON CONSERVATION WORK DAY
- Saturday, October 14 from 9am to noon. RSVP required. Email: email@example.com
AUDUBON BIRD WALK
- Sunday, October 15th at 8am. Meet leader Hill Penfold in front of the Nature Center.
PASADENA AUDUBON SOCIETY
- Wednesday, October 18 at 7:30pm
Program: Magical Monarchs, presented by Kristy Brauch, PAS member. In Fall this species undertakes a migration of thousands of miles, from breeding sites as far north as Canada to wintering sites along the California coast and into Mexico. Recent years have seen worrying declines in this incredible butterfly species. Learn about these amazing butterflies and discover what we can do to help them on their journey.
SOUTHWESTERN HERPETOLOGISTS SOCIETY
- Thrusday, October 19 at 7:30pm (7:00pm social). See
http://www.swhs.org for more information.
CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY
- Thursday, October 26 @7:30om (7:00pm social).
Program: “Native Bees - Our Main Pollinators” with Hartmut Wisch, contributing editor at www.bugguide.net (Iowa State U. Entomology) and member of the Lorquin Entomological Society. This informative presentation features beautiful images of our native bees and will explore the great diversity that have co-evolved with California's native flora. Approximately 1,600 species of bees are known to be native to California.