The public is encouraged to get outdoors and enjoy the magic of wildflower season. With 7-day self-guided access, the City of Newport Beach’s Buck Gully Reserve and the City of Irvine’s Bommer Canyon are a great place to start your wildflower adventure. Just be sure to stay on the trails and leave the wildflowers where you find them. Irvine Ranch Conservancy also offers a full calendar of guided activities and events designed to explore the wildflowers on the open spaces this spring.
Admire the landmarks’ wildflower season through Irvine Ranch Conservancy’s virtual social media tour, #WhereTheWildflowersAre, March 15 - 21. Three different wildflower species will be featured each day throughout the week, with information on the flowers and where they can be seen on the Landmarks. Join the virtual wildflower takeover by “liking” the Landmarks’ Facebook page (Facebook.com/irlandmarks), following on Twitter (@IRLandmarks), and following on Instagram (@OCMountainstoSea) for a chance to participate in a unique wildflower giveaway. When out on the land and participating in activities, bring a camera and share wildflower photos on social media with #WhereTheWildflowersAre.