You can help protect threatened shorebirds! Western Snowy Plovers are small birds that nest on the sand at Sands Beach in Goleta. We are looking for volunteers to educate beach goers about the threatened status of the birds. Volunteers spend 2 hours a week on Sands Beach in Goleta, teaching the public about the Snowy Plovers, and requesting that people respect the plover habitat. For example, docents may ask people to leash their dogs, or to avoid sensitive habitat areas of the beach. For more information, please visit our website: http://coaloilpoint.ucnrs.org/SnowyPloverDocentProgram.html To sign up for the next training, please email email@example.com
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Coal Oil Point Reserve
Coal Oil Point Reserve, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, US
Coal Oil Point Reserve is part of a larger system of Natural Reserves, operated by the University of California.
The mission of the Natural Reserve System is to contribute to the understanding and wise management of the Earth and its natural systems by supporting university-level teaching, research and public service at protected natural areas throughout California.
One of the major projects at Coal Oil Point Reserve is the conservation of the Threatened shorebird species: The Western Snowy Plover.