Select a type of plant or animal from this list to see an extensive listing of the Park's wildlife.
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One of the more popular activities are pony rides for children.
Scholastic Publishing's Ms. Frizzle educates little ones about one of San Diego's most common wild critters, the coyote. Courtesy of the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Nancy Conney of Sky Hunter Raptors
Nancy Conney of Sky Hunter Raptors displays birds of prey during Explore Mission Trails Day
Mission Trails Tracking Team member Fred Kramer introduces children and families to animal tracking on Explore Mission Trails Day
Visitors enjoying rehabilitated animals at the Project Wildlife booth during Explore Mission Trails Day
Project Wildlife Hawk
A Project Wildlife volunteer displays a rehabilitated hawk during Explore Mission Trails Day
Alicia Berg with snake During Explore Mission Trails Day.
Sunspot viewing with Mission Trails volunteer George Varga during Explore Mission Trails Day.
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and open areas represent a San Diego prior to the
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