This year’s theme is “Recovering key species for ecosystem restoration” – a day to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants.
Many native flora and fauna reside in the corridor. Below you will find a few images of species that can be found in the corridor at different times of year and different times of day.
Bobtail lizards love to come out and sunbake during warm weather, while our southwestern snake-necked turtle land movements mostly occurs during rain events.
The Fringe lily has just finished flowering in January, while the Catspaw flowers between July and October.
Be sure to keep an eye out for our native flora and fauna while walking in the corridor.