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Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve

Spring Creek Clean-Up

Saturday April 13, 2019 - 8:30-Noon

Haskell Creek, where it runs through Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, hosts many riparian trees and shrubs, such as cottonwoods and willows.  Songbirds forage and nest in the trees, while egrets and herons fish in this heart of the Wildlife Area.  Presently it is infested with trash.  Please help clean up the mess, restoring our lovely creek!

Equipment and Clothing:  You will get muddy and maybe wet.  Please wear rugged clothing and shoes or rubber boots.  If you have them, bring work gloves and long-handled tools to reach trash.

Directions: The Wildlife Reserve is east of Woodley Ave. about a half mile north of Burbank Blvd. Turn east at the sign for the Japanese Garden (6100 Woodley Ave., Van Nuys, CA. 91406), stay to the right, and follow Wildlife Way about a half mile, going half way around a traffic circle, to the parking area at the end of the road.  Meet at the amphitheater behind the rock-faced buildings.

More Information:  The event is appropriate for adults and students who are accompanied by an adult. Students can get certificatesand earn community service hours.  Rain cancels.

Educational Activities:  To support the clean-up, the Resource Conservation District, on behalf of the LA River Master Plan, will offer hands-on activities to help the public learn more about Sepulveda Basin and the LA River.

Questions:310.457-5796 (Muriel) or 818.998-3216 (Diana).


Sponsored by San Fernando Valley Audubon

In conjunction with Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Areas Steering Committee

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