bolsa-chica-2015-calendar

Cover photo taken by Kim Michaels

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Our 2015 Calendars are in. Get yours today for $11 each (tax included).
Securely order online with your credit/debit card or paypal account, or download this order form to send a check by mail.


Wings Over Bolsa 2015 Calendar Now Available!

This calendar is a beautiful portfolio of wildlife images taken at Bolsa Chica to be enjoyed all year long! Your purchase of this calendar helps to support our projects and programs aimed at improving the wildlife habitat at Bolsa Chica and educating people to its ecological and cultural importance.
Kelly, one of Bolsa Chica's CDFW Reserve Managers sent us this season recap:
2014 was the first year on record that White-faced Ibis have nested at Bolsa Chica. We had a successful breeding pair of Light-footed Clapper Rails!
Total number of Western Snowy Plover nests to date: 82 (this is a record high for Bolsa Chica!)
Total number of CA Least Tern nests recorded to date: 303

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Wings Over Bolsa 2015 Calendar Now Available!

bolsa-chica-2015-calendar

Cover photo taken by Kim Michaels

Packages

Our 2015 Calendars are in. Get yours today for $11 each (tax included).
Securely order online with your credit/debit card or paypal account, or download this order form to send a check by mail.



This calendar is a beautiful portfolio of wildlife images taken at Bolsa Chica to be enjoyed all year long! Your purchase of this calendar helps to support our projects and programs aimed at improving the wildlife habitat at Bolsa Chica and educating people to its ecological and cultural importance.
Follow Us on:
  1. BCLT on Facebook
  2. BCLT on Twitter
  3. BCLT on Instagram

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.