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Saw so many, birds, a lot of raptors, so cool. Visitors center is a must stop before you walk, very interesting, and lots of info, support them and check this place out. There is a surprising History about this place, but wont give it away....More
The Bolsa Chica wetlands is a very nice little protected area.
It's not very big area with a small parking lot off of PCH for about 15 cars.
The walking bridge takes you across the salt water back bay.
If you start at the parking...More
Oh my, I was visiting a friend in Huntington Beach and she and I love to work out every day at something. She recommended the Eco Reserve. It is lovely, the trails are great, the weather ideal and the ocean waves invigorating.The State did a...More
I live in the High Desert (Victorville) and discovered this photographic gem when my photography association visited it a few years back. I make it a point to visit at least 2-3 times each year as I have grown very fond of the "local inhabitants"....More
We recently decided to stop and view the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve. Easy walk on well marked paths. Bring your camera, a bottle of water, binoculars and comfy walking shoes. On your walk you will be immersed in wildlife from the land, water and air....More
We visited on a foggy Sunday morning in December and I was completely enchanted. A network of footpaths and bike paths lead through this large coastal wetland just across the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) from the ocean. There are two parking areas: one at 3842...More
I wanted to do my morning exercise outdoors and decided to stop after seeing here a million times. I loved it. It was beautiful with the ocean breezes was cooling as well as soothing. It was educational informative and was a relaxing. Loved the scenery....More
There are two parking lots, one with a center (Warner Ave) and the other alongside PCH. Keep in mind, the parking lot next to PCH is the most popular for tourists but they have a reputation for fresh glass shards (somebody breaks into cars if...More