Avocado Heights Trail

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for 05/21/2019
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***Please use caution when using trails. Due to the heavy rains this season, portions of the trail may have been eroded and washed out.***

The Avocado Heights Trail is situated in an equestrian neighborhood and is ideal for horse enthusiasts. The trail is composed of decomposed granite and is situated in front of residential homes, schools and parks. The Avocado Heights Trail provides easy access to the San Jose Creek Trail from the south ends of 4th and 5th Avenues.

From the 605, turn onto Valley Blvd toward the City of Industry. Turn right on 4th Avenue. Parking is available at Avenue Park located between Lomitas Ave. and Don Julian Rd. as well as along the street. Horse trailer parking is not available at Avenue Park.

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Name: Avocado Heights Trail
Length: 3.60 miles
Elevation Gain: 109 feet
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What You Might See

California Ground Squirrel
Otospermophilus beecheyi
Acorn Woodpecker
Melanerpes formicivorus
American Badger
Taxidea taxus
American Crow
Corvus brachyrhynchos
American Kestrel
Falco sparverius
American Peregrine Falcon
Falco peregrinus
Bigleaf Maple
Acer macrophyllum
Black Mustard
Brassica nigra
Black Sage
Saliva mellifera
Black-chinned Hummingbird
Archilochus alexandri
Black-tailed Jackrabbit
Lepus californicus
Lynx rufus
Burrowing Owl
Athene cunicularia
California Black Walnut
Juglans californica
California Buckwheat
Eriogonum fasciculatum
California Coffeeberry
Frangula californica
California Dodder
Cruscuta californica
California Fuchsia
Epilobium canum
California Poppy
Eschscholzia californica
California Quail
Callipepla californica
California Sagebrush
Artemisia californica
California Scrub Jay
Aphelocoma californica
California Sycamore
Platanus racemosa
California Tarantula
Aphonopelma sp.
Adenostoma fasciculatum
Coast Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma blainvillii
Coast Live Oak
Quercus agrifolia
Coast Patch-nosed Snake
Salvadora hexalepis
Coastal Cactus Wren
Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus sandiegensis
Coastal California Gnatcatcher
Polioptila californica
Coastal Whiptail
Aspidoscelis tigris stejnegeri
Cooper's Hawk
Accipiter cooperii
Canis latrans
Coyote Brush
Baccharis pilularis
Ferruginous Hawk
Buteo regalis
Greater Roadrunner
Geococcyx californianus
Hollyleaf Cherry
Prunus ilicifolia
Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja gleasoni
Laurel Sumac
Malosma laurina
Lemonade Berry
Rhus integrifolia
Long-eared Owl
Asio otus
Lupinus albifrons
Mexican Long-tongued Bat
Choeronycteris mexicana
Monkey Flower
Mimulus aurantiacus
Artemisia douglasiana
Mule Deer
Odocoileus hemionus
Narrow-leaved Milkweed
Asclepias fascicularis
Pacific Rattlesnake
Crotalus viridis
Pallid Bat
Antrozous pallidus
Plummer's Mariposa Lily
Calochortus plummerae
Poison Oak
Toxicodendron diverisloba
Purple Sage
Salvia leucophylla
Red Tail Hawk
Buteo jamaicensis
Rosy Boa
Charina trivirgata
Silvery Blue
Glaucopsyche lygdamus
Southern California Rufous-Crowned Sparrow
Aimophila ruficeps canescens
Striped Skunk
Mephitis mephitis
Sugar Bush
Rhus ovata
Summer Holly
Comarostaphylis diversifolia
Heteromeles arbutifolia
Turkey Vulture
Cathartes aura
Western Grey Squirrel
Sciurus griseus
White Sage
Salvia apiana
White-tailed Kite
Elanus leucurus