Here is the specific information for the conservation project at Bolsa Chica Wetlands.
Please find below some information regarding your visit to the Bolsa Chica Conservancy on Saturday, March 12th at 12:00noon – 2:00 p.m.
(3842 Warner Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649)
Gloves would be a welcome addition to the list that the wetlands have provided!
Prior to beginning the conservation project there will be a short hike/tour to become acquainted with the wetlands! They expect us to be there approximately two hours.
Make sure your scouts are prepared before coming to the wetlands, please have them:
- Bring water for your visit (unfortunately we do not have running water at our Interpretive Center)
- Wear closed-toed shoes, they are absolutely required to ensure safety
- Wear layered clothing/jackets. Weather changes quickly at the wetlands and can go from cool and foggy to hot and sunny within an hour. Please make sure your children wear clothing that they can easily peel off or put on as the weather changes
- Sunscreen/Hats/Sunglasses – protection from the sun and harmful UV rays is important
- They are welcome to bring cameras, binoculars, magnifying glasses, or anything else that helps them to get a closer look at nature
Hunting, collecting, harming, harassing and killing of any animal, bird, reptile, nest, egg, insect, flower, or plant is strictly prohibited anywhere in Bolsa Chica (Harassment includes but is not limited to touching, chasing, feeding, prodding, or any other activity which may alter the animal’s health or normal behavior. All collecting is prohibited; this includes egg shells, feathers, rocks, seashells, bones, skins, artifacts, and all other natural, historical, and biological materials.)
If you have any questions/concerns that are not addressed, please contact Lauren Ansorge through Scout Track.