South Strand Wildlife and History Day

South Strand Wildlife and History Day

Location: Huntington Beach State Park

Come out to Huntington Beach State Park for the South Strand Wildlife and History Day! 

During this annual event you will be able to learn about life in the colonial times from Camp Flintock Colonial Reenactors. In addition to history, guests can learn about seashells that can be found on our very own shores as well as local history and animals. 

At 1 p.m. there will be a raptor demo by the Center for Birds of Prey when you will get to see the bird fly! There will also be learning opportunities on various topics including beachcombing, snakes, folklore and more! Plus, if you are in the mood for some spooky stories, you can hear ghost stories as they are revealed in teh basement of Atalaya! Tours of Atalaya will also be given.

If you would like to make a t-shirt with fish printing, then bring a plain shirt with you. There will also be food available for purchase and live music!

Admission to the park is $5 for adults and $3 for kids ages 6-15 and free for ages 5 and younger. Entry to Atalaya is $2 for each person with ages 5 and under being free.

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