We thought that we would do a little bit of walking at the Wetlands (see some birds). Did not really happen as there were not great signs to inform you of where to go. We ended up driving around, parking and viewing a few birds. Disappointing.
The purification lung of the earth—Ballona Wetlands Ballona Wetlands is an important marshland in Los Angeles, and it can also be said to be the last marshland. This marshland is divided into three areas, freshwater marshes, saltwater marshes and a dune area. Generally freshwater marshes are open, while saltwater marshes are closed. I think this is simply the best place to watch birds in spring. Ballona Wetlands is very large and well protected. The greenery inside is also very good. Green trees and lakes complement each other. It is very comfortable to look at the whole person, no wonder it is the lung of the earth. But without the leadership of the staff, you can't enter the marshland privately. There are a lot of egrets here. We walked along the outside with some bird watching and walking groups, and saw a piece of white blossoms of egrets in a free mood "playing". The surrounding was green and the egrets were playing in the water. It was very beautiful. Many people choose to take pictures here. There are various birds on the branches in the sky, sitting on the small benches inside, blowing the comfortable wind in the park, and I can’t help feeling that such wetlands are becoming less and less on the earth. We really need to protect nature for our children. Leave more green. Scenic address: Jefferson and Lincoln Blvds., Los Angeles, CA 90293 Opening hours: 7:00 to 16:30