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Coal Oil Point Reserve and Goleta Area

2007-2010

Goleta Movie

Goleta, Surfing - January 2010

Winter Storms bring rain and surf, and take away sand at Devereux, Sands and the Jail House

Low Tide at Goleta

Goleta, Low Tide by Devereux and the Jail House - January 30, 2010

Devereux Slough looking up at Gaviota Coast

Coal Oil Point Reserve, after the storm, Snowy Plover count day - 01/23/2010

Ocean Meadows Golf Course

Wetlands start to fill up with first pulse of the rain storms for this week,
Ocean Meadows and Devereux Slough - January 18, 2010

Post at Sands Beach

COPR - Sands Beach changes at the post August 2008 - 2009

graffiti art jailhouse

Jail House Graffiti Art, Near Devereux Point, Goleta, California

Coal Oil Point Reserve, February 14 - 28, 2009

Devereux Slough

Devereux Slough Breaks through to the Sea - February 16, 2009

Kids In Nature

Kids in Nature at Coal Oil Point Reserve - November 2008


University of California Santa Barbara, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration's Kids in Nature program comes to Coal Oil Point Reserve for three Thursdays in November.

Venoco Barge

Coal Oil Point Reserve - Sands Beach, July 2008
Snowy Plover Chicks, Terns, shorebirds, Venoco barge

The hearing for the Venoco project are this Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Goleta Gap Fire - July 2008

Gap Fire in Goleta, Santa Barbara County - Shot from Goleta area, Ocean Meadows Golf Course - July 2 and 3, 2008

"The Gap Fire started at approximately 5:45p.m. on July 1 in the West Camino Cielo area, 4 miles west of State Highway 154 in Los Padres National Forest. The fire is continuing to burn steadily downslope from the top of the ridge and has consumed an estimated 260 acres. The fire is burning in heavy chaparral fuels (15-20 feet tall), in extremely steep and rocky terrain. Winds out of the north (slight "sundowner" winds) last night pushed the fire downslope to the south at a moderate rate of spread. During the early hours of the fire, spotting occured ahead of the fire and flame lenths of 10-30 feet were reported." - InciWeb.org (July 3, 2008)

COPR - April 2008

Devereux Slough meets the sea
Devereux Slough - Januuary, 24, 2008

Goleta Mountains viewed from Devereux Slough
View of the snow dusted Goleta Mountains from Devereux Slough, Rainny late Afternoon - January 23, 2008

January's Welcomed Guest ( A little story)

Coal Oil Point Reserve, Devereux Slough winter changes and reflections, Snowy Plovers - January 2008

Coal Oil Point Reserve and Ocean Meadows - January 23, 2008 - Rain, Snow on mountains, wetland drainage, American White Pelican


Ellwood Main Monarch Butterfly Grove
January 21, 2007

Coal Oil Point Reserve and Goleta Area 2003 - 2006 | 2011


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