American Kestrel - Photo by Mark Bright
Interactions between predators and prey at NCOS are being studied and are in turn informing management decisions. Read on to learn about how you can help keep predator-prey interactions healthy.
CCBER's restoration team recently completed the second year of vegetation monitoring at NCOS. Check out how the coverage and diversity of native species is expanding, as well as updates on the planting numbers and more.
Throughout 2018, CCBER's Kids In Nature (KIN) program has made good use of the hands-on environmental education resources that the NCOS restoration project provides. Read more about the KIN program and how it is utilizing this new outdoor classroom.
Are you interested in the diversity of manzanitas? Have you been wanting to sharpen your native bee identification skills? Read on to discover the diverse educational opportunities offered through our new workshop series.
UCSB undergraduate student John Parsons recently completed a two quarter research internship project called the "Species Distribution of Coastal Santa Barbara Lichens". Learn more about local lichens here.