Mary Forgione writes The Wild, a weekly newsletter featuring insider tips on the best of Southern California beaches, trails, parks, deserts, forests and mountains. She loves tips and stories about running, hiking and anything to do with the outdoors.
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Why pass up a chance to see the biggest animals on the planet?
The drive-through trees were created in another century. But they still fascinate, right?
Ardent birders are flocking to this remote forest location to find myriad migrating species.
As long as the night is clear, you should be able to view the first total lunar eclipse of 2022.
A national study estimates there to be 50 billion pieces of litter in the country.
With Earth Day and Arbor Day coming up, it’s time to walk among the trees.
Get involved with these 22 Earth Day events and activities.
Blooming everywhere, this plant has changed SoCal’s landscapes for the worse.
Some trails in the Angeles National Forest were closed for two years because of the 2020 fire.
La Laguna de San Gabriel playground is filled with 14 midcentury slides and climbable creatures.