Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Lagoon Report for Wed June 3rd

Hello There!

As spring time wears on we have the lovely May gray followed by June Gloom. But more importantly some really great things are happening at the Lagoon. First off the afternoons afford us some beautiful wind swept clouds. As the overcast skies finally clear we get a small glimpse into what summer is going to be like and its just around the corner!

We also have our Spring time visitors, The Terns. These are Not pictures of Terns unfortunately but I thought they were good photos anyway. I Love the reflections.

Another amazing spring time event is all of the native flowers come alive! With the help of volunteers there has been some great growth along pathway at the Lagoon. A new fence has been installed to help protect this flourishing plants. Take a stroll and take notice of these great flowers blooming everywhere. Its a treat that should not be missed.

Look at the details of these leaves with the jagged edges. Perhaps a safety mechanism?

Looking through a great new fence you can see the WAMSEC.

One of the greatest things that has been happening in the last month is all the EDUCATION that has gone on at the Lagoon. Almost 500 kids from Fremont Elementary school came down to learn about a local habitat. Students from Wilson, CSULB and Homeschool groups are all taking advantage of the great education program we have set up in our local community.
Summer Science Shack hours are Thurs-Sun 2pm-7pm open to the public.
Head down to the Lagoon, say hello to Taylor and learn something awesome. Or play ladder ball, build a sand castle, watch the Terns dive for fish, daydream, go for a walk, tell stories or simply enjoy being outside!

Many Smiles,


1 comment:

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