To learn about activities, events or plants in bloom during your visit, please check out:

Calendar

A month-to-month listing of events, activities and classes.


Plants in bloom

What’s blooming while you’re visiting.


Wildlife

The Arboretum is an official animal sanctuary. In addition to the Arboretum’s famous peafowl, visitors will see species of resident and migratory birds, aquatic creatures, as well as numerous species of small reptiles and mammals.

Peafowl, Pavo cristatus, were introduced here by Lucky Baldwin in the late 1800′s. Since then they have thrived, becoming, like sparrows and pigeons, a naturalized species. Only the colorful males of this pheasant related bird species are called peacocks: females are called peahens and the birds as a whole are referred to as peafowl. Not only are they colorful but peafowl keep the Arboretum’s snail population to a minimum

There have been 232 different bird species sighted at the Arboretum.

Download Birds Database

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© 2014 Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Gardens

301 N. Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA, 91007

Site Design by Kirk Projects