ABDSP Interpretive Activities

Date: 
Sunday, January 24, 2016 - 9:00am to 6:00pm

 

ABDSP Interpretive Activities are Free and Open to the Public. All programs meet in front of the ABDSP Visitor Center unless otherwise stated.

9:00 a.m. Roving Ranger 1 Hour
Meet Roving Ranger Steve at the Windcaves to learn and share in some of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s extraordinary backcountry locations. We will Speak of Ancient Voices, sift through stories in stone, and seek the Wild in wildlife. High clearance 4 X 4 is required.

12:00 p.m. Hike – Discovering the Archaeological History of the ‘Ehmuu Morteros 2 Hours
Discover the hidden secrets of an ancient Kumeyaay Native American village site. Join Volunteer Archaeologist and Naturalist Sam Webb to explore both rock art and historic milling features. This 1.5 mile hike is over uneven terrain. Be sure to bring the usual water, hat, and sturdy footwear. Meet at the Morteros trailhead in Blair Valley, about 3 miles off Highway S-2 on a dirt road (turn into Blair Valley near Mile Marker 23).

5:00 p.m. Walk – Sunset to Moonrise Walk 1 Hour
There’s so much wonder and mystery about the Moon and the desert under a full moon. Walk and discover on this easy stroll with Park Interpretive Specialist, Regina Reiter. Bring binoculars, if you have them, and a flashlight just in case the moon goes behind a cloud. Meet in front of the Visitor Center.