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Sedgwick Reserve Hikes

Interpretive hikes and nature activities through the beautiful and rugged Santa Ynez Valley.

When: Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, 8:30 a.m.

Where: UCSB Sedgwick Reserve, 3566 Brinkerhoff Ave., Santa Ynez, CA

Cost: Not available

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Interpretive

Description:

Three hikes with varying themes such as geology, landforms, Sedgwick panoramas, plants and animals or birds will be conducted. These interpretive hikes are approximately two to three hours each and are followed by the opportunity to picnic with your own lunch at the Reserve. In addition to the hikes, other activities such as a tour of the newly-renovated old barn, the new observatory, the pond, and the new Tipton House, as well as a set up for painters at the pond, and the use of a bocce ball court are all planned for those who don’t want to hike and would like to just enjoy the Reserve attractions while the hikes are being conducted. Sedgwick operates on a very limited University budget; therefore a donation of $10 per hiker or $15 per couple or family is suggested for the hikes. Donations can be made on the day of the hike, and reservations are required. Also, be advised that if there is inclement weather, the hikes will be cancelled and a message will be placed on the Sedgwick answering machine.

For further information and reservations, contact sedgwick@lifesci.ucsb.edu. or 805-686-1941, Extension 6.

Phone: 805-686-1941

Event posted Nov. 29, 2012
Last updated Feb. 7, 2013

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