Monday, April 4, 2016
Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
A beautiful visitors center, located in the upper portion of the reserve is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM. There are many trails to hike and photograph the fauna and flora in various habitats, including beach, dune, mudflat, salt marsh, Rypien, coastal sage scrub, and upland habitats. The area is home to the endangered California least tern, the endangered light-footed Clapper rail, and the threatened snowy plover. There have been over 370 different species of birds documented here.
There many different species of plants and if the weather has been cooperative beautiful flowers. By walking slowly and keeping your eyes open. You may find various species of reptiles and mammals.