Friends of Blue Sky

Plants of Blue Sky Canyon

Our mission statement

For information about Blue Sky, and any of the following activities, please contact Interpretive Services Coordinator Annie Ransom at

(858) 668-4781 or
via email at

· Schedule a school tour or classroom outreach program

· Schedule a tour for groups and scout troops

· Make reservations for interpretive programs

· Find out about volunteer opportunities

Four Cooper's hawks in nest
Four Cooper's Hawks in nest

See more recent hawk photos
© 2013 Photo courtesy of John Morgen

Animals of Blue Sky Canyon


July-Sept Activities flyer: download here

Docent Training
begins February 1
Docents perform a variety of tasks, including patrols, in-classroom interpretive programs, guided nature walks, and restoring habitat.

Training begins on Saturday, February 1, 2014, followed by seven Saturday morning trainings between February and June (dates still to be decided). There are also two Wednesday evening classroom sessions.

For more information, call (858) 668-4781 or submit a
volunteer application online at

coastal horned lizard

Reptiles Rock!

Saturday March 29, 9am- 11 am

Frightening and scary or fascinating and wonderful creatures? Meet and learn about our native tortoise, and some of our native snakes. Learn how to tell the difference between our local venomous and non-venomous snakes. After the program, make and take home your very own rattlesnake!

$3 per person. Register online at Shown above, coastal horned lizard.

cobweb thistle
coyote goldenstar red-tailed hawkBlue-eyed grass

Friends of Blue Sky Canyon • P.O. BOX 733 • Poway, CA 92074
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