Come visit Point Lobos!

During my recent trip to the Monterey / Carmel (California) area, Carrieanna and I visited with the docents, volunteers and other enthusiastic members of the team at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve.

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

Point Lobos Docent coordinator, volunteers and enthusiastic supporters

They were excited to show us this newly-created slideshow about Easy Access Point Lobos, set to the tune of “Sail Into the Sun” by Gentlemen Hall.

Check it out: http://youtu.be/o5gkMiXeCSQ

(And if that doesn’t inspire you to plan a trip to Point Lobos, I don’t know what will!)

And make a note of these upcoming Easy Access events and highlights:

Saturday, April 13 (1:30 – 3:30) & Wednesday, April 17 (11-1) – Granite Point Trail (Highlights: Harbor Seals Pupping and Herons Nesting)

Wednesday, May 1 (11-1) and Saturday, May 11 (1:30 – 3:30) – Spring Flowers and Cormorants Nesting

Wednesday, June 5 (11-1) and Saturday, June 15 (1:30 – 3:30) – Cormorants Fledging, Brown Pelicans Returning

You are welcome to tour at your own pace, whether you are pushing a stroller or walker, using a cane or wheelchair.* Docents with scopes, binoculars, otter pelts, photos, and more will be stationed along the trails to make Point Lobos come alive!

For more information, please contact Melissa Gobell, Docent Program Coordinator at melissagobell@parks.ca.gov or (831) 625-1470 or www.pointlobos.org

*There are three wheelchairs available for loan. Check at the information center for more details.

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, Bird Island Trail, wheelchair accessible

California Poppies and Bird Island Accessible Trail

4 thoughts on “Come visit Point Lobos!

  1. Thank you for the enthusiastic post about our Easy Access Adventures. It was truly a pleasure to meet you all. What a magnificent photo of Carreianna and the poppies! Gentlemen Hall will be delighted to read your post too! Lorna

  2. Dear Jeri,

    Welcome home! Anxious to learn about how you conquered New Zealand. How very thoughtful of you to send the framed calendar photograph of Carrieanna. The material on Point Lobos and your latest blog about your visit there with Carrieanna was indeed touching. You are a very special person.

    Love,

    Becky and Ted

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