Thursday, June 27 to 5:00pm
Catalina Island 1 Big Fisherman Cove, Avalon, CA 90704
Join scientists at USC’s Wrigley Marine Science Center on beautiful Catalina Island for a special family program centered on exploring the unique coastal habitat and contributing to Pacific coast research efforts. Learn from researchers and staff naturalists about the history, plants, and animal species present in the ‘living laboratory’ of Catalina. Snorkel in a Marine Protected Area with marine scientists, hike the trails to observe animals and native plants, and record marine mammal sightings while you kayak. With your assistance, we will help conserve and protect a valuable marine ecosystem.
RELAX, UNWIND, AND LEARN ALL AT THE SAME TIME!
Session I: June 24-27 ($650/person)
Session II: July 29-31 ($550/person)
*Program cost includes all equipment, activities, meals, and boat transportation to and from San Pedro. Additional cost for housing.
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