Irvine is regarded as one of the most bike-friendly cities in Southern California, offering 301 miles of on-street bike lanes and 63 miles of off-street bikeways.
It’s a great time to observe wildlife in Bommer Canyon, from the acorn woodpecker to the cactus wren.
Chaparral currant, (Ribes malvaceum), is a deciduous native shrub with fragrant, nectar-rich pink tube flowers that dangle like chandelier clusters. Peeling red-brown bark adds to…
We all know that a flower’s colorful blooms are designed to entice bees, butterflies and other pollinators that play a role in a plant’s reproduction.…
The 2010 gift of 20,000 acres resulted in the preservation of 60% of The Irvine Ranch.
Never tried fishing? Join Peggy Cheng as she takes her whole family fishing for the first time at Irvine Lake, a favorite of local anglers since 1941.
Desert willow, (Chilopsis linearis), is an attractive, large deciduous shrub that also can be grown as a single-or multi-trunk tree. Native to the Southwestern U.S.…
Irvine’s bikeways offer something for every kind of biker, says Matt Ford, owner and founder of Rock N Road Cyclery in Woodbury Town Center.
July is a time for recreation, leisurely barbecues and hours spent playing with the kids or dog on the backyard lawn area.
Look at all the green in the 2020 Irvine Parks Guide, and one thing will be clear: Irvine is a city of parks.