With so many events taking place throughout Los Angeles County, there’s something for everyone!
Hike the trails, borrow our binoculars and tap all of your senses as you explore
the wetlands. Los Angeles Audubon docents are on hand to lead tours or grab a map and explore the education stations at your leisure.
• Ecology – learn about the tidal marsh eco-system & wildlife that thrives here
• Microscope – view aquatic invertebrates and algae samples from the Ballona Creek
• Bird Station – observe shorebirds through spotting scopes and view the tidal channel
Directions: Take Culver Blvd west to the 300 block of Culver Blvd. in Playa del Rey. Enter through the Ballona Wetlands gate located in the northeast corner of the parking lot behind Alkawater/Gordon’s Market.
No pets or strollers permitted due to sensitive habitat and deep sandy terrain.
Los Angeles Audubon bird walk and info table. Norman O. Houston Park is part of the new Park to Playa Trail. Located between Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area and the County of Los Angeles’ Rueben Ingold Park, Norman O. Houston Park Trails provides some alternative routes for trail users to modify the length of their outing.
From the 405 southbound, take the Jefferson Boulevard exit and continue east and turn right onto West Slauson Avenue.
From the 405 northbound, take the Jefferson Boulevard exit east and turn right on West Slauson Avenue. Turn left on La Cienega Boulevard, then right on Stocker Street, followed by a left onto La Brea Avenue. Parking is available at Norman O. Houston Park.