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Event Calendar

January 01:

  • CONGRATULATIONS to the Docent Graduating Class of Y2K!


  • Congratulations to TOM DUKET of Topanga, this year's grand prize winner of the EXPOSED! nature photo contest sponsored by the Docents. His winning picture of Garapito Narrows was published in the Feb 6 edition of the Messenger.



  • February 01:
    • Sunday, February 4, 1pm - 3pm. Magic in the Mountains. Take an interpretive nature hike with trained naturalists. Watch nature's magic unfold. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, February 11, 1pm - 3pm. Hearts and Flowers. Pre-Valentine's day interpretive walk on the park trails with a trained naturalist. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, February 18, 1pm - 3pm. Beat the Winter Blues. Take a wildlife interpretive hike with trained naturalists. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, February 25, 1pm - 3pm. Nature Walk Bird observation, cultural history in the park, geologic formation or wildflower plant identification with a trained naturalist. Binoculars recommended.


    For more information, contact info@tc-docents.org
    March 01:
    • Sunday, March 4, 1pm - 3pm. It's Almost Spring!. Local wildflowers should be coming into bloom. Hike with trained naturalist guides to learn what you're seeing. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, March 11, 1pm - 3pm. Nature's Classroom. Hike through the wonders of the park in spring with a trained naturalist guide. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, March 18, 1pm - 3pm. Birds, Butterflies and Blossoms. They're all here. Take a wildlife interpretive hike with trained naturalists. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, March 25, 1pm - 3pm. Welcome to Spring!. Enjoy the wildflowers in bloom with a trained naturalist guide on a hike through the park. Binoculars recommended.

    • Saturday, March 31, through Sunday April 1. The 19th consecutive Field Ecology Weekend. Docents and guests are invited to attend the event held, as always, at Malibu Creek State Park. Watch for more details to be announced. Schedule of Field Ecology Weekend Events


    For more information, contact info@tc-docents.org
    April 01
    • Sunday, April 1, 1pm - 3pm. Nature Hike. Explore the springtime wonders of the park in spring with a trained naturalist guide. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, April 8, 1pm - 3pm. Spring Nature Walk Bird observation, cultural history in the park, geologic formation or wildflower plant identification with a trained naturalist. Binoculars recommended.

    • Saturday, April 14, 8am - 10am. Attention Nature Photographers! Spring photo opportunities! Experienced photographers share techniques during an informal outdoor walk. In Focus Nature Photography Outing.Meet at the kiosk.

    • Sunday, April 15, 1pm - 3pm. Easter Hike You won't find Peter Cottontail, but you and your family may see some of the other local wildlife! Trained naturalists will help you identify what you're seeing. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, April 22, 1pm - 3pm. Magic in the Mountains. Take an interpretive nature hike with trained naturalists. Watch nature's magic unfold. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, April 29, 1pm - 3pm. Walk on the Wild Side. Walk the trails of the park with trained naturalist guides. Who knows what you might see! Bobcat? Rattlesnake? Tarantula? Mule Deer? Binoculars recommended.


    For more information, contact info@tc-docents.org
    May 01:
    • Sunday, May 6, 1pm - 3pm. Singin' the (Spring) Blues. Listen for the songs of our local birds. Take a wildlife interpretive hike with trained naturalists. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, May 13, 1pm - 3pm. Celebration of Mom. Spend Mother's Day afternoon in the midst of Mother Nature! Interpretive walk on the park trails with a trained naturalist. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, May 20, 1pm - 3pm. Nature Walk Bird observation, cultural history in the park, geologic formation or wildflower plant identification with a trained naturalist. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, May 27, 1pm - 3pm. Magic in the Mountains. Celebrate Memorial Day in the calm and quiet of Topanga State Park. Take an interpretive hike with trained naturalists. Watch nature's magic unfold. Binoculars recommended.


    For more information, contact info@tc-docents.org
    June 01:
    • Sunday, June 3, 1pm - 3pm. It's Almost Summer! Local wildflowers should be in bloom. Hike with trained naturalist guides to learn what you're seeing. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, June 10, 11am - 1pm. Butterflies! Lepidopterist and docent Margaret Huffman will hold a free butterfly workshop and hike at Charmlee State Park. Learn to see the tiny Acmon Blue, the spectacular Swallowtails or the state butterfly, the California Dogface. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, June 10, 11am - 1pm. The Birds, the Bees and the Flowers. They're all here. Take a wildlife interpretive hike with trained naturalists. Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, June 17, 11am - 1pm. Father's Day hike in Nature's Classroom. Hike through the wonders of the park in spring with Dad and a trained naturalist guide! Binoculars recommended.

    • Sunday, June 24, 11am - 1pm. Welcome to Summer! Enjoy the wildflowers in bloom with a trained naturalist guide on a hike through the park. Last guided hike of the season. Binoculars recommended.



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      THIRD QUARTER, 2001
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