Huntington Beach Tree Society



We’ve started a new Shipley to Shore HB facebook page to provide our friends with regular updates about progress on the nature trail. Check it out!

 

Cherry Blossom Festival goers saw cherry trees in full bloom in HB Central Park March 15-17. Our thanks to the folks who stopped by the HB Tree Society photo and plant booths, helping raise funds for future plantings.

These students with HB High School Key Club did a fantastic job of mulching around the parking lot entrance and boulders of the Shipley Nature Center. The area looks so much better because of all of their hard work. To find more volunteers digging in, click here.

Check out these videos!

 

Now that spring has sprung, the Urban Forest is blooming its buds off – don’t miss it!

Discover new trees each time you visit the Urban Forest! 

Find what Eagle Scouts, HB Girl Scouts, Project Independence and other community groups have helped plant and landscape by clicking Here.

Click Here to see more Urban Forest
flora / fauna and HB Tree Society community outreach. 

The Huntington Beach Tree Society (HBTS) was incorporated in 1998 as a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) with the purposes of:

  • Planting and maintaining trees
  • Educating the public about the benefits and importance of trees and California friendly plants
  • Enlarging our green environment (another name for plants/trees in cities) for the enjoyment and health of all
  • Increasing habitat for urban wildlife

Exceptional attributes: We are an equal opportunity, all-volunteer organization. Donations do not go to salaries.  We have a donated office and donated use of two trucks. Our dollars go a long way! To date we have purchased and planted more than 7,000 trees and CA-friendly plants residing on the two and a half acres within the Urban Forest’s fenced area, as well as the areas immediately surrounding the forest.

Feathered Tree
Fans Found in
Huntington Beach
Central Park

 

A Spotted Towhee, spotted in the Urban Forest.

A juvenile Cooper’s Hawk having breakfast in the park.

Hummingbird in the HB Central Park Secret Garden.

A hummingbird pollinates Central Park wildflowers.

Great Horned Owls reside near HB Central Park Library.

A Great Horned Owl on an evening visit to HB Central Park’s westside raptor foraging area.

A blue-gray Gnatcatcher, at home in the Urban Forest.

A white-tailed Kite, also seen in the Urban Forest. 

http://hbtrees.org/get-involved/volunteer/volunteer-waiver/

Click here to be directed to a volunteer application.




Checks may be sent to:

HB Tree Society
PO Box 1269
Sunset Beach, CA  90742
714-564-1396

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