Join me for exclusive access to coastal Ventura"s most amazing and hidden private lagoons and estuary ponds. We will quietly loop around the first estuary to see "Heron Island", home of several large Great Blue nesting Herons just feet away. While my guests You will also have the privilege to circle around two more hidden ponds that are also protected from outside access. These estuary ponds are abundant with birds such as Herons, Egrets and Falcons, giant American White Pelicans and a rare Kingfisher. There are lots more unusual little creatures in this special habitat. I have binoculars to share if needed or bring your own along with your camera. You never know what you will see. We will also stroll through the heart of the harbor on our way to the breakwater to view Ventura's bronze Mermaid Statue. Trekking around the harbor we often see pelicans skimming the waves along with several other seabirds and seals. Guests can chose to stay and eat lunch at one of the great harbor restaurants if they chose. Important: Sorry no dogs are allowed to enter the estuary property.
I have enjoyed living in this beautiful and friendly historic beach town for almost 30 years. I own the Historic Art Studio of the Art District and I am educated in Environmental Design, Medical Botany and architecture. I enjoy sharing my knowledge of the areas historic architecture, Art, and hidden natural beauty. I am an inventor, scientist and artist that loves going for walks along the beach with my dog. I am always on the lookout for natural art, unusual birds, sea life and flower specimens along the way.
Binoculars to share
Guest access to Ventura's private hidden estuary lagoons featuring "Heron Island". We will also visit one of Ventura"s giant Mermaid Bronze statues and walk around Ventura"s beautiful harbor.
最多可有8位年满12周岁的参与者参加。 Guests must know how to swim or hold hands with a walking partner who does when walking near any body of water.
This is an incredible experiance for both children as well as adults. It is of the utmost importance that your children stay quiet and hold your hand at all times. The lagoons can be dangerous.
The Secret Life of "Heron Island" Hike