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Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s Protected Lands Offer Unparalleled Night Sky Viewing
Anza-Borrego Foundation Celebrates 50 Years of Protecting the “Dark Sky” of California’s Largest State Park
Read about the journey our friends Mark Jorgensen, Ranger Steve, and Mike Wells went on to visit our Mongolian Sister Park
Final numbers for the 2016 Sheep Count.
ABF Members and 3-time Ikh Nart visitors Phil Roullard and Callie Mack teamed up to write a blog about their experience during the visit of four Ikh Nart Rangers to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
The California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) proposes to adopt the proposed regulations described below after considering all comments, objectives, and recommendations regarding the proposed action.
Enjoy a write-up of back country camping by ABF's newest employee, Barry Dean.
Things are starting to bloom! This is shaping up to be the “Year of the Lily” with desert lily plants popping up all over. They are blooming already in some areas, including Vista del Malpais (four-wheel drive required) and at Arroyo Salado primitive camp, on highway S-22 (two-wheel-drive accessible).
Anza-Borrego Foundation (ABF), cooperating association of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, on December 1 announced the final elements in the conservation of the Lucky 5 Ranch in the Laguna Mountains, northeast of San Diego. ABF purchased just under 1,130 acres and obtained a conservation easement on 433 acres to fulfill decades-long efforts by California State Parks, ABF, The Nature Conservancy, and others to connect the 4,245-acre ranch to adjacent pieces of federal and state conservation land, creating a major parcel of exceptional natural beauty and biological importance.
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