Kern River Audubon Preserve

The 1,100-acre preserve is located along the South Fork of the Kern River and contains parts of the largest remaining cottonwood and willow stream-side forest. Nearby is the junction of five different biological regions, offering opportunities for viewing a wide variety of birds, plants, and animals. The preserve is managed by Audubon California and is open from sunrise to sunset.

You can find this Discovery Point via GPS at N35.6640, W118.3048, or in section L-4 with the Jawbone Canyon OHV Map.

Dedicated to Ed Waldheim

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Founder of the Friends of Jawbone (FOJ)

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