BCLT is grateful to the following for their support of the Eco Cam:

  1. Surfline sponsor
  2. California Department of Fish & Wildlife
  3. Edison International
  4. Variable Speed Solutions
  5. Huntington Beach High School

Please enjoy our ECO CAM as we work on bringing you a new look from Bolsa Chica Land Trust.

We began as a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetlands ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members throughout California and twenty other states.

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Live Audio

Town Hall Meeting Monday

May 12th – 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.


Please join us for a very special evening with Captain Charles Moore, Founder of Algalita Marine Research and Education. Captain Moore is an ocean­ographer and sailor credited with mapping the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” a massive concentration of plastic, sludge, and debris in the northern Pacific Ocean. In July Captain Moore and his crew will set sail for the North Pacific once again to study the ‘plastic soup’ and its effects on our ocean environ­ments. Join us as he shares his explorations and research with us. For more information contact Kim at kim@bclandtrust.org and (714) 846-1001
Save the date:  There is a possibility that the Ridge LCPA may be heard at the Coastal Commission hearing June 11th – 13th at HB City Hall. Details will be posted on our website as they become available.

Now you can view the Bolsa Chica live ECO CAM by clicking the play button below.

We are a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetlands ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members throughout California and twenty other states.
Citizen Science Resources

BCLT is grateful to the following for their support of the Eco Cam:

See how weather and the tides affect the birds nesting habits. Also see if you need to bring a sweater while visiting Bolsa Chica.

About Bolsa Chica Land Trust

The Bolsa Chica Land Trust was formed in 1992 by a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetlands ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members from throughout California and twenty other states.