Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is offering a training class this fall for people interested in becoming Visitor Center volunteers.
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Roving Ranger in Borrego would like to share with you his favorite parts of monsoon season, and a few tips on how to keep safe when those rains come through!
A recap of the June 27th Tapping Party that unveiled the Borrego Dark Sky Stout
See the announcement about the 45th Annual Anza-Borrego Sheep Count and the mandatory orientation, from the one and only Ranger Steve
Roving Ranger in Borrego is at it again, beautifully recounting the tale of his semi-annual guzzler hunt.
Read about an ABF staff member's journey to becoming a birder.
For the first time in its history, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park was the site of the 2015 CALPA (California League of Park Associations) Conference from April 9-12. More than 100 people from all over California came to the desert to learn more about how they can maximize their partnerships with California State Parks throughout the state. CALPA is an organization dedicated to supporting the Cooperating Associations of California State Parks.
Spring is the height of the Desert Season and this year, I made sure to take full advantage of the glories of a desert in bloom.
A banner flower year brings many a wonder to the desert floor. Visitors come from far and wide seeking a glimpse of our once in a decade display. Others come to see the spectacle that arises as the flower stalks set their blooms, for one of Mother Nature’s “Flower Children” is about to make its million-insect-march across the flowering dunes.
Excitement is building as wildflowers begin to bloom in the canyons and along the trails of the park seen by visitors willing to get out of their cars and walk.
Drive-by flower fields remain mostly bare, however, and it is still too early to predict if and where anticipated blankets of conspicuous flowers will show.