Watsonville Wetlands Watch envisions a wetland ecosystem that thrives within Watsonville and the greater Pajaro Valley, and a community is at the center of its conservation.
Watsonville Wetlands Watch envisions a wetland ecosystem that thrives within Watsonville and the greater Pajaro Valley, and a community is at the center of its conservation. Our education and volunteer programs serve thousands of youth and students, making sure the next generation of leaders is equipped to take on the complex environmental challenges our community faces.
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Watching the Watsonville Wetlands : An Armchair Guide to the Watsonville Sloughs. In an era of vanishing wetlands, the Watsonville Sloughs, one of the largest fresh water wetlands in the California Coastal region, lie nearly hidden in Santa Cruz County within sight of the Monterey Bay. This series of essays by Jerry Busch brings to light the mysteries and beauties of the slough habitats and the wild creatures that live there.
Additional information. Andrea Rich, Illustrator, Book Committee for Watsonville Wetlands, Preface
Additional information. Brand: Watsonville Wetlands Watch. Andrea Rich, Illustrator, Book Committee for Watsonville Wetlands, Preface.
Watsonville's land was first inhabited by an Indian tribe called the Costanoans. This tribe settled along the Pajaro Dunes since the land was fertile and useful for the cultivation of their plants and animals. Also referred to as the Watsonville sloughs, they are a system of fresh water sloughs with open water and native vegetation which extend from the city to the ocean. Watching the Watsonville Wetlands," a book published by the organization and written by Jerry Busch, Gary Kittleson and Christine Johnson-Lyons tells the history and explains the importance of these wetland areas. Annual Strawberry Festival.
Watsonville wetlands - also referred to as Watsonville sloughs - are a system of fresh water sloughs in and .
Watsonville wetlands - also referred to as Watsonville sloughs - are a system of fresh water sloughs in and around the City of Watsonville, California, which have since 1990 benefited from private and municipal efforts to restore and protect them. They are described in the book "Watching the Watsonville Wetlands" by Jerry Busch, Gary Kittleson and Christine Johnson-Lyons and published by Watsonville Wetlands Air show.
North America United States of America California Central Coast (California) Santa Cruz County (California) Watsonville. Watsonville is a city in Santa Cruz County in California in the Monterey Bay Area. Santa Cruz Metro provides service from Santa Cruz and other towns around it, and Monterey-Salinas Transit provides service from destinations including Monterey and Salinas.
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