Joshua Tree National Park Bird Walks

Joshua Tree National Park will present monthly bird walks at two locations this fall: Black Rock Canyon and Cottonwood Spring. Each walk is conducted by a volunteer ranger who is also an avid birder. Participants meet at 8 a.m. and the walks last for about 1 hours. You will want to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring some water.

Saturdays:

November 19

December 17 8 a.m. andmdash; (1 hours, 2 miles) Bring your binoculars and meet at the nature center in Black Rock Campground. Cottonwood Spring

Sundays:

November 13

December 11

plus Thursday November 24 8 a.m. ; (1 hours, mile) Bring your binoculars and meet at the Cottonwood Spring parking area.

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