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Guided Elephant Seal Walks in March
Journey to view a large colony of Northern elephant seals, guided by your docent naturalist on this moderate 3-mile, 2.5 hour adventure. In the month of December, male elephant seals, or bulls, arrive along the shore of Año Nuevo State Park to establish hierarchy, while pregnant females come ashore to birth to their pups. These popular guided walks take place rain or shine, so be prepared for windy, rainy conditions as well as muddy trails. Layered clothing, sturdy shoes, and rain gear is strongly advised. Umbrellas and strollers are not permitted. Pets are not allowed in the park. Vehicle Day use fee is $10. For more information, please call (650) 879-2025 or for recorded information (650) 879-0227. People with accessibility needs may reserve an equal access tour along the boardwalk.
These tours take place on Fridays, weekends, and select holidays, ending 3/31/18. For reservations and information, please call ReserveCalifornia at 1-800-444-4445.
California’s Wild Edge: Prints by Tom Killion, runs until April 22
Explore California’s wild coastal edge through stunning prints by Tom Killion (Cowell ’75) and poetry. California’s coast is full of wild surprises. A snacking otter. An army of sand crabs beneath your feet. Crumbling cliffs. This exhibition invites you to explore California’s edge through prints by Tom Killion alongside poetry selected by Pulitzer prize-winning poet, Gary Snyder. The show will run until April 22. Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, 705 Front Street.