Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association : Your Guide to Borrego Springs & Anza-Borrego Desert

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Everyone wants to know...
Will this be a good wildflower year in Anza-Borrego?
We don’t know for sure yet, but the winter rains so far are setting us up for a good springtime wildflower season.  Historically, the peak bloom is approximately March 15, give or take two weeks.  However, each year is different, depending on the weather. It can be as early as February or as late as April. 
 
How will I know what's blooming and where?
You can sign up for our email list, check the flower update page on our website from time to time, or stop in our Borrego Desert Nature Center during a bloom for the lastest info.
Update 1/28/15: Rain this week increases the chance that this will be the best flower year out of the past several. Plants are starting to poke through the ground in the Borrego Valley.  Flowers are still several weeks out. 

ABDNHA Activity Calendar

Hikes Programs Tours Lectures

Flower & Plant Updates

See what's blooming!


Things to do in Borrego Springs

Borrego Desert Garden Tour

Borrego Botanical Garden

Special Activities

Native Plant Day    Desert Living

 

ABDNHA Desert Lecture Series
 


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What is ABDNHA?  View Membership Info: Make the desert a part of your life!
The Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association (ABDNHA) is a community based non-profit 501(c)3 educational organization, located in Borrego Springs, California. ABDNHA provides educational programs, lectures, hikes, walks, tours, and other activities to enrich the experience of desert visitors and the community of Borrego Springs.  ABDNHA's members are both local and worldwide.
Anza-Borrego is a land of many faces, where the twists and turns of each canyon reveal a unique charm and beauty. From the colorful Borrego badlands east of Borrego Springs to the forested slopes of the Laguna mountains, diverse plants and animals have adapted to many different life zones.   The desert is a harsh land, but life is everywhere.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is home to the largest desert state park in the United States, offering outstanding desert hiking and camping, biking, desert flowers and plants, birdingreptiles and amphibians, and fascinating geology, along with the warm sunshine of Borrego Springs on a winter's day.  And in the evening, there is the night sky.  Borrego Springs is an international dark sky community.

 
   

 

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