To this day, Tejon Ranch remains a landscape of discovery – with revelation occurring in a number of meaningful ways, regardless whether one is setting foot behind the gates for the first or 10th time.
First-time visitors to Tejon discover a vast biodiverse assemblage of ecosystems unlike any other in California. Seasoned naturalists returning to Tejon are anxious to revisit places or phenomena that sparked their interests on previous outings. All are excited to venture into new-to-them terrain, looking for a personally satisfying discovery. Because of its vast size and resources, no visitor has witnessed all that lies behind that Ranch gate.
Even the most time-tested field scientists know that discovery, perhaps in the form of a new county record or even a species new to science, is not out of the question on this immense, ecologically significant property.
With something for everyone, let the Conservancy help plan your visit to Tejon. A world of discovery awaits!
1. Tejon Ranch Conservancy Office
2. Chanac Creek Enhancement Area
4. Sacatara Canyon Wetlands Enhancement
5. Ray’s Perch
6. El Paso Creek Enhancement Area
7. Wildflower Viewing Tours in the Antelope Valley
8. Conservation Easement Monitoring
9. Effects of Changing Climate and Wildlife Interactions on Tick-borne Disease in California
11. Campo Benito
12. TEJON TEACHES
13. Tejon Ranch Conservancy Sebastian Camp
14. Great Central Valley Bioregion
17. Southwestern California Bioregion
Be part of something big! With 240,000 acres under its care, the Tejon Ranch Conservancy helps oversee management of one of the largest, and perhaps most historic, working cattle ranches in California. But we are more than just acres: we are research, education and exploration – we are science and stewardship – and we are discovery.