Bolsa Chica Conservancy field trip

Field trip to Bolsa Chica Conservancy
The Bolsa Chica Conservancy is a great place to take students, Scouts, and future biologists. At the Conservancy they'll learn about hands-on restoration, gain an education in wetland science, watershed and Coastal ecology and environmental stability. The Conservancy is the largest saltwater marsh between Monterey Bay and Tijuana River Estuary.

There are five miles of trails where you can encounter animals such as migrating birds, rabbits, skunks, coyotes, mice, gophers, opossums, and some rare and endangered species. Some of the marine life at the Conservancy includes sharks, stingrays, mullet, sea chubs, seabass, and crustaceans. The Conservancy has an Interpretive Center with three saltwater aquariums and snakes with informative panels throughout for educational purposes.

The Bolsa Chica Conservancy is a great place for students and children of all ages to visit. The tours are tailored for each grade level and the length of the tours varies. Creating clay sculptures, learning to track animals, making plastered tracks to take home, and learning about marine life are just a few activities available for tours. They also have a Junior and Senior Summer Wetland Explorer program.
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The History of Bolsa Chica