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Are you interested? – Malibu Lagoon Children and Parents Walk 10:00 a.m., 4th Sunday every month

September 13, 2022

Showy Snowy Egret (R. Juncosa 11-25-18)

February 2020 was the last time we ran our parents & kids walk.
Because of Covid-19, of course. We’re ready to run them again, just as before, but we want to know if there’s any interest. This is a solicitation for responses from our members and other potential attendees. Open to all, no charge. The trips aren’t just for the kids. They’re a chance for parents of young children to get out into the sunshine and fresh air, have some fun looking at the birds and know that their kids won’t be knocking over any lamps.

Here’s the traditional announcement for these walks. Please let us know if you’re interested. You can reply to this blog, and your comments will post, or you can email me.

Children and Parents Walk 10:00 a.m., 4th Sunday of every month. 
One hour session, meeting at the metal-shaded viewing area between parking lot and channel.  We start at 10:00 for a shorter walk and to allow time for families to get it together on a sleepy Sunday morning.  Our leaders are experienced with kids so please bring them to the beach!  We have an ample supply of binoculars that children can use without striking terror into their parents.  We want to see families enjoying nature. (If you have a Scout Troop or other group of more than seven people, you must call Jean (310-472-7209) to make sure we have enough binoculars and docents.)

Sanderling flock on end of beach spit (R. Juncosa 11-25-18)

Map to Meeting Place
Directions: Malibu Lagoon is at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Cross Creek Road, west of Malibu Pier and the bridge.  Look around for people wearing binoculars.
Parking: Parking machine recently installed in the lagoon lot: 1 hr $3; 2 hrs $6; 3 hrs $9, all day $12 ($11 seniors); credit cards accepted. Annual passes accepted. You may also park (read the signs carefully) either along PCH west of Cross Creek Road, on Cross Creek Road, or on Civic Center Way north (inland) of the shopping center.  Lagoon parking in shopping center lots is not permitted.

[Written & posted by Chuck Almdale]

One Comment
  1. Edna Alvarez permalink
    September 13, 2022 2:53 pm

    I shared with a group of young parents

    Until ~




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