Santa Cruz Island Trip
Date: Monday, May 16, 2016
- Thursday, May 19, 2016
Time: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Instructor: Steve Junak
Location: Santa Cruz Island
Celebrate spring on the largest and most diverse of the California Channel Islands.
At over 96 square miles, the island is home to more than 600 plant species, eight of which are only found on Santa Cruz. Explore this unique environment with botanist and storyteller Steve Junak as he shares his expertise on the ‘Galapagos Islands’ of California.
- Venture out daily on foot or in four-wheel drive vehicles to explore pine forests, wooded canyons, coastal headlands, desert beaches, and isolated coves.
- Learn the rich cultural history of the native Chumash habitation and the more recent ranching that took place on the island.
- Stay at the University of California Field station in the Central Valley of Santa Cruz
- Delicious meals prepared by our staff, and beverages, including beer and wine, are included
Space is limited. Reserve your place today.
Click here for more information on the island.