The Shipley Nature Center is open to walk-in visitors on Fridays and Saturdays between 9 AM and 1 PM. During the week, the nature center is only open to scheduled programs (school field trips, registered classes or group volunteers). Inside the Outdoors is now scheduling day summer camp at Shipley. Please see their page for more information. PRINT SUMMER CAMP FLYER
The Friends are pleased to support the City of Huntington Beach at the Shipley Nature Center to preserve, maintain and operate this sensitive natural community within Huntington Central Park – West. Birding Highlights
Suggested donation is $3 per person. Donations assist us in keeping the gates open and the habitat safe. Donations are accepted through our account atPayPal.
Shipley Parking is located at 17851 Goldenwest Street, Huntington Beach. Additional parking is located at the Huntington Central Park West, 6741 Central Park Drive.
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Rachel Carson was an American biologist, conservationist, science and nature writer, and catalyst of the modern environmental movement. She studied biology in college at a time when few women entered the sciences, and then worked as a biologist and information specialist for the US government and wrote about the natural world for many publications. Carson is best remembered for her book Silent Spring, which exposed the widespread misuse of chemical pesticides in the United States and sparked both praise and fury.
Additional Flyers for May in Central Park
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Don’t Let It Loose, California!
- Non-native invasive species- even exotic pets – may compete aggressively with California natives for survival and destroy the habitats.
- Even though an animal may be native or endemic to your area, it may harm the existing gene pool if released.
- Please read alternatives to releasing unwanted pets into the wild.
California Dept of Fish and Wildlife
- Thank you for sustaining a healthy ecosystem with your responsible actions.