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This Annual Fundraiser event supports Transition Habitat Conservancy in its mission to save wildlife habitat in the West Mojave and desert mountain Transition Zones. The cost is $35 or $60 for two, and includes entertainment and food (vegan, vegetarian options available). Come see the work of wildlife photographers Roy Dunn, Johanna Turner and Dan Potter. The photos are of animals on land we own and is permanently preserved for wildlife. The photos will be sold in a live auction at the event. We'll also have t-shirts for sale, milkweed seeds for monarch butterflies, and more. Our silent auction items up for bid are a gorgeous cabin retreat on the edge of Yellowstone National Park, a gourmet dinner cooked in your own home for you and your guests, a honey and bee themed basket, two Starbucks gift baskets, a Palm Springs getaway and more. Please RSVP as soon as you can if you are interested so we have enough food. We'd love to meet you! Come see what we're doing to help wildlife and learn about our nearby Puma Canyon Ecological Reserve.You can email me at: [masked] or call[masked]. You can also mail checks to: PO Box[masked] Pinon Hills, CA 92372. Transition Habitat Conservancy is a 501 c 3 Accredited Land Trust. The website is www.TransitionHabitat.org This event is in Pinon Hills, which is just south of Wrightwood off of Hwy 138. See location below.
Location will be in the Puma Canyon Ecological Reserve in Pinon Hills 1 block west of the intersection of Sunnyslope and Silver Rock Road. (South of Hwy 138). The map above shows the intersection, we will be one block WEST of there at the Sand Canyon Entrance. There is about a mile of dirt road to drive, but it's well maintained. I can post a map tomorrow. Probably, Tues and/or Thursday, this week and next. This land, owned by Transition Habitat Conservancy is a wonderful place to hike. We may get a coyote serenade if we are lucky. This hike will be about 2.5 miles or less, not too strenuous, there is a hill in the beginning, and then mostly all downhill coming back. There are cactus, rocks, sandy areas and some downhill sections that require shoes with good traction. Always remember to carry water. We will hike up to a rustic cabin and see pinyon pines, Joshua trees, juniper, phainopeplas, cactus wrens, flannelbush, a few scrub oaks, and manzanita along the way. There could be snakes, lizards, butterflies, birds, and more. After the hike, we can drive up to the nearby Roberta Dewey Discovery Center to check out the view, grab some water and hang out before going home. The RDDC is where we are installing a Monarch Waystation. It may get a little dark on us, so bring a flashlight if you need to see. Let me know if you are interested and we'll work out some dates for the next week or two.