|(Sept. 5, 2019) -- Enjoy a free wetlands nature walk on Saturday morning, Sept. 7 through the Los Cerritos Wetlands. The "Raptor Ramble" will be led by naturalists from the environmental consulting group Tidal Influence and organized by the non-profit Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust.
Close-toed shoes are required...and kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
The walk begins with a brief orientation to the wetlands, discussing their history -- especially the long process to make public the Hellman portion. Walkers will then walk on the main (oil) road and look for wading birds in the tidal pools.
Then walkers will turn off the main road to view the tidal channel that flows through this section of Los Cerritos Wetlands. There'll be an opportunity to pause to look and listen for Belding’s Savannah Sparrows. Then on to the Heron Pointe cultural trail and at the visitor circle there'll be a discussion of the native peoples of the area.
On reurn, walkers will be close to Gum Grove Park and may see raptors nesting in the trees.
Bring binoculars, if you have them.
There's an informational flier here.
Meet in the driveway/parking area at the corner of 1st Street and PCH in Seal Beach. There will be signs. Use map below for directions to Pacific Coast Hwy & 1st St & CA-1 Seal Beach, CA 90740
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