There is something eerie and exciting about hearing a coyote yipping and howling. This communication is to draw the pack back from individual hunts and/or let other packs know this territory is claimed.
#ParkChat starts in one hour, 6 PM Pacific. Find us on Twitter at: @Hills4Everyone. Questions get asked every five minutes in this format: Q1, Q2, Q3, and so on with #ParkChat tagged. Respond with A1, A2, A3, and so on … Read More
Last night before the rains we camped at Chino Hills State Park. Here is a small glimpse of the adventure. (Video: Various night time images of Chino Hills State Park with two clips of audio including coyotes yipping and an … Read More
Happy Earth Day! For more than 40 years Hills For Everyone has worked with its partners to protect more than 19,000 acres of natural lands in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. We need your help to continue this effort. We … Read More
Today we celebrate National Public Lands Day. There are so many wonderful parks around thanks to the hard work and dedication of residents, community groups, various agencies, and legislators (to name a few). Your support of our work, allows us … Read More
While we continue to physically distance ourselves from one another… many have come to realize the relief that parks provide, the healing forces they offer, and how dire the need is for more parks. This is why we are in … Read More
This is a wonderful article on people and their interactions with nature, what they value, how they describe it, what it means to them, etc. When you have a moment (after the rain), think about this when you head outside … Read More