Tag: Big Bear

Annual Bald Eagle Count – Volunteers Needed

This press release just came in from the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service.  Every year, Bald Eagle counts are taken in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains.  If you’ve got the time, it’s a GREAT way to see a magnificent bird that is fairly rare in this area. From the Forestry Service: …

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So who is this “Southern California Mountains Foundation?”

The San Bernardino National Forest Association has changed it’s name, but not it’s purpose. From the San Bernar … ahem … “Southern California Mountains Foundation” website: The San Bernardino National Forest Association Announces Its New Name: Southern California Mountains Foundation Twenty years ago a group of people came together with a shared vision; in fact, …

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Forest Care Enters Its Final Season

Forest Care is a program that has assisted more than 3,500 owners of forested property in the mountain communities of the San Bernardino National Forest to create healthier, greener, and more fire-safe forested areas since 2006. Forest Care, through their partners the National Forest Association and Cal Fire and working under a grant from the …

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Forest Festival! – San Bernardino Mountains

Hit The Trails! Saturday, June 2, 2012 National Trails Day Restoration: 8:30am – 11:30am (RSVP for Trail Restoration to mcuriel@nationalforestassociation.org) Forest Festival: 11:00am – 3:00pm Children’s Forest Visitor Information Center 32573 State Highway 18, Running Springs, CA 92382

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Sunrise vs. Sunset

Big Bear Dam Sunrise Reflection

Big Bear Dam Sunrise Reflection (photography by Kelly Pajak) If there was ever any knowledge that I would impart to a writer or a screenwriter, it would be: Write what you know. Your characters should always be a part of you, and should always reflect your own personal style through their own voice. You can’t …

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