Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority Offers Guided Tours of the Ranch
On Saturday, September 23, the Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority is inviting the community to join in a free guided tour of the southern portion of the Tres Hermanos Ranch, (Ranch).
The 90-minute tours of the property begin at 9 a.m. and will depart from the Diamond Bar Center every hour, until noon. Participants will travel to the Ranch via shuttle bus accompanied by a guide who will provide details about the history of the property, from its origins to present-day operations. The tour will be highlighted with three stops along the route where participants will disembark the shuttle to hear from a local expert about the Arnold Reservoir, property use through its history, and local flora and fauna that call the Ranch home.
This event takes place on a working ranch in a natural and unimproved setting. Participants may be exposed to a variety of wildlife including insects, vectors, snakes, coyotes, rodents, livestock, vegetation and other natural elements. The tour requires a moderate amount of walking on uneven terrain and unpaved surfaces; therefore, ADA accommodations cannot be made for this activity.
Advanced online registration is required and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. In the event of cancellations, spots will be filled via a waitlist. Early registration is suggested as space is very limited due to the nature of the activity.
Registration opens at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, September 5, 2023 via the Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority website.