Ernest E. Debs Regional Park

Throughout Los Angeles, ‘islands’ of habitat can be found and birds have been able to help scientists indicate how healthy these sites are. On this guided field trip, students will learn about local habitats and how wildlife plays an important role in illustrating the health of these sites. Students will also participate in nature related activities.


Schedule: Wednesdays - Fridays

Two classes per day (approximately 60 students)

Address: 4700 Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90031

For more information click: Audubon Center and Ernest E. Debs Regional Park

 

From the Mountains to the City Program

Students explore the connections between the mountains, people, and wildlife of Los Angeles. Hands-on activities include bird banding and habitat observation. Hike included.


Throughout Los Angeles, ‘islands’ of habitat can be found and birds have been able to help scientists indicate how healthy these sites are. On this guided field trip, students will learn about local habitats and how wildlife plays an important role in illustrating the health of these sites. Students will participate in activities that will model scientific practices such as bird banding, hiking in nature, and recording observations within their nature journals. Pre and post-visit lessons will provide students with the opportunity to develop their understanding of habitats.


Offered at Ernest Debs Audubon Center in Northeast Los Angeles on Wednesdays-Fridays, September-May. Maximum number of students is 60 per day.