Posts tagged with: Goleta Valley

Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve Hike

Take a two-hour walk with a trained tour leader through the reserve’s eight habitats: from the sandy beach to the Devereux Slough to a restored coastal dune system. Learn about the Reserve’s cultural history and its current projects.

No. Campus Open Space Nature Guide Tour

Join a guide from the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration (CCBER) to learn about how the restoration of the estuary is supporting a diversity of birds, fish, and wildlife, absorbing flood waters, and bei adaptive to sea level rise.

Friday Bird Walk: UCSB Campus Lagoon

The UCSB Lagoon area covers many habitats. Views of Goleta Bay, and ocean south of Campus Point provide many chances for observing shorebirds and seabirds. The fresh water lagoon provides habitat for additional water birds and the surrounding terrestrial