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Mount Diablo State Park opens Junior Ranger registration

Wildlife, hands-on activities, hike included in spring session

Mount Diablo State Park has started registration for children interested in participating in this spring's Junior Ranger Program, which runs May 8 to June 11.

The annual program at the historic park will include information regarding wildlife, geology, prehistoric times and California Indians.

The five-weekend session will be hosted by a park docent and will includes presentations, a hike and hands-on activities.

Registration is limited to 15 children ages 7-12, along with up to one parent per registrant. The program is free, but there is an entrance fee to access the Mount Diablo State Park premises.

The Junior Ranger Program is sponsored by Mount Diablo State Park and the Mount Diablo Interpretive Association. For more information, contact Steve Elliott at sae612@msn.com.

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a resident of Diablo
on Apr 12, 2016 at 8:47 am

My son and I did all the levels of this wonderful program. It is excellent and so fun! Highly recommended!


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