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A Tale of Two Rabbits

A Tale of Two Rabbits

Rabbits are as plentiful in Griffith Park as they are in most of North America. Not all rabbits across the country are created equal, though. Here in Los Angeles, along with most of southwestern United States and a large portion of Mexico, the desert cottontail...
Nesting Raptors of Griffith Park and Surrounding Area

Nesting Raptors of Griffith Park and Surrounding Area

If you’re often in Griffith Park, you may have witnessed individuals looking intently toward the skies and treetops last spring, and not realized these were among the 75 volunteers who participated in the 2019 Griffith Park Raptor Survey. Since 2017, more than 200...
FoGP Celebrates a Decade of Service, Advocacy and Action

FoGP Celebrates a Decade of Service, Advocacy and Action

It’s hard to believe it’s only ten years that Friends of Griffith Park has been working to preserve and protect the history and wilderness of L.A.’s urban oasis, Griffith Park. We are grateful for the many opportunities to be of service and to help spread the message...
Helping Wildlife Thrive in California

Helping Wildlife Thrive in California

A flurry of California environmental legislation introduced this year will push the state to recognize and address concerns raised by communities and activists alike. While there were some “wins” there have also been some stumbles along the path. The consequences of...
The History of Commonwealth Nursery

The History of Commonwealth Nursery

Griffith Park is steeped in history. Whether one is strolling around Fern Dell, exploring the ruins of the Old Zoo, or riding the carousel, a visitor to the Park is immersed in an environment that harkens to the past while it simultaneously enriches the experience of...
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