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16 Jan

Almost Full Moon Hike

Explore the night sky on a guided interpretive 2-hour Almost Full Moon Hike at Crystal Cove State Park. A park naturalist will lead hikers on this moderate to difficult 4-mile loop trail with uneven terrain and a steep uphill climb. Wear sturdy shoes, bring water, dress in layers, and bring a red flashlight (if you have one). All hikers must stay as a group with the park naturalist and must be at least 8-years old. Meet at the Ranger Station…

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20 Jan

Welcome to Project Crystal Code – Webinar for Educators

During Project Crystal Code, 7th grade students are invited to explore the role that decomposition and technology play in the restoration of coastal sage scrub!  During this multi-week program, students are introduced to how we can use technology to protect our wild places. Virtual Project Crystal Code builds on ideas from Project Crystal as participants design computer models and construct and code sensors to investigate decomposition and the carbon cycle.  Join us for a 90 minute webinar for teachers participating…

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22 Jan

Bird Walk

Winter is an exciting time for birds. With migrants on the move Crystal Cove State Park is a great spot to identify new species as well as seeing our resident avian friends. Come join a park naturalist for an easy bird walk in the backcountry and along the shoreline. Meet at the Berns Amphitheatre (PCH inland at stoplight School-State Park, follow signs towards the campground.) Day-use fee: $15

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students on an MPA boat
22 Jan

MPA Science Exploration In-person Training

How can we protect our ocean from overfishing?  Is the Marine Protected Area offshore from Crystal Cove State Park working?  Your class can help us find out!  During this integrated program, students help scientists study the Crystal Cove State Marine Conservation Area as they learn about different science careers and explore how communities can use science ideas and science communication to protect our oceans.   Join us for an in-person training for teachers participating in the MPA Science Exploration for the…

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23 Jan

Nature Hike

Winter is an exciting time to learn about our local nature. Join a park naturalist on this easy 1.5 hour nature hike along Moro Canyon at Crystal Cove State Park and learn lots of fun facts and wildlife nuggets about the plants and animals living in the park. Meet at the Berns Amphitheater (PCH inland at stoplight School-State Park follow the signs to the Campground/Moro day use.) $15 day-use fee

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