The Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is a verdant oasis in Southern California’s San Bernardino Mountains.
The 31,000 acre canyon is surrounded by desert,
and is one of California’s ten largest perennial oases.
The preserve is a riparian wilderness with Palm Trees, Cottonwood Trees and Willows, as well as a variety of native shrubs and flowers.
It is a critical wildlife corridor sheltering mountain lion, bighorn sheep, mule deer and bobcat.
It is also hosts up to 274 different varieties of birds during the spring and fall migrations.
The marsh like preserve is perpetually flowering even in late fall and winter.
Cheers to you from the happy wildlife at Big Morongo Canyon Preserve~