Seasonal Migrators in Santa Barbara – Our Environment In Focus Series

Seasonal Migrators in SB

Tuesday, February 21, 4:00-6:00pm
Antioch University Santa Barbara, 602 Anacapa Street

Come learn about animals that seasonally migrate to our central coast region. We’ll view beautiful pictures of these special migrators as we discuss their habitats, migration routes, and lifecycles. We’ll also examine current environmental issues affecting the Santa Barbara coastline and these animals.

Harbor Seals & Monarch Butterflies

Saturday, February 25, 9:00am-1:00pm
Carpinteria Harbor Seal Preserve

Attend this exciting field trip to watch miracles in our own backyard. We’ll first visit a harbor seal rookery – you may even see a new pup being born! We will then visit Ellwood’s Monarch Butterfly Preserve. Take the 101 South to the Bailard Ave. exit. Turn towards the ocean and park in the lot on the bluff – meet there at 9 am and we’ll walk 1/2mile to view the rookery.

Each quarter, AUSB sponsors a collaborative lecture series on Contemporary environmental issues affecting our world. Please join us!

For information, contact Dr. Dawn Osborn, BA Program Faculty at [email protected]

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