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Reserves: Direct links to their websites

 

Video Journals


Some videos may appear in other sections
of the site since a reserve may serve as
venue for a number of trails and activtiies.

Watch this space for additional videos to come ...

Coal Oil Point Reserve

Enjoy a two-hour stroll around the slough and along the beach. Restored habitat, shorebirds and vernal pools. Scan the website for ideas.

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Sedgwick Natural Preserve

Book on an educational tour, sign up for a program and more. Visit their website for current dates and for an overview of their work and programs.

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Carpinteria Salt Marsh

A critically important estuary, it supports many sensitive plant and animal species. Includes wetland, sub-tidal channel and upland riparian habitats.

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Arroyo Hondo Preserve

Set in a beautiful canyon, offers docent-led tours, habitat restoration and more. Visit the website for the history and for educational ideas.

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El Capitan State Park

Featured in a number of our trails, this park warrants a visit for the simple pleasure of a stroll along the creek, and nature journaling at its mouth.

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Coronado Butterfly Preserve

Home to native coastal sage scrub habitat, eucalyptus groves and many birds, and wildlife that thrive in this
urban community treasure.

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Los Padres National Forest

Encompassing 1.75 million acres of the Central Coast, management priorities include watershed protection, recreation, research and wilderness.

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Channel Islands National Park

Close to the California mainland, yet worlds apart, isolation has created unique animals, plants, and archeological resources.

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