Precipitation and temperature play critical roles in the abundance and survival of all things living on Tejon Ranch, from the beautiful native wildflower displays seen in most years, to the abundance of acorns in the fall, to the thriving of wildlife.
At the tail end of winter, March is a time of spring reckoning on the Ranch. Will there be impressive wildflowers? An abundance of weeds? Productive forage for cattle and wildlife? Throughout the winter, the staff (and anxious wildflower lovers) wonder. Come March, all is (mostly) revealed.
Marveling at the wild world in peak vigor is a gift here. The staff hopes to see you out on the Ranch in spring to share in this pulse of life, this annual miracle, and, with any luck, fields of colorful wildflowers to enjoy too.
So, as soon as spring springs, stay informed about opportunities to see the wildflowers up close and personal by following Tejon Ranch Conservancy on Facebook or checking the Events calendar regularly.