ESLT’s first Family Day was a huge success! Twenty people of all ages experienced Crowley Hilltop Preserve for the first time and learned about the plants and wildlife that live there. Thank you to everyone that participated and to our wonderful volunteers!

Robin sips pinyon pine needle tea

Volunteer Kim helps make nature mobiles out of pine cones and feathers

The hike begins

Hillary and Connor measure scat diameter and identify it as mountain lion scat

Learning Jeffrey Pines by their smell- butterscotch!

Getting a closer look at animal tracks

I had a really great time sharing this property with the public. Everyone learned something about the mission of ESLT, why the Crowley Hilltop property was preserved, what is special about that place, and why the work of ESLT is so important! Stay tuned for more events like this in the future by visiting our Events calender.