Audio tour

Audio tourCrystal Cove State Park Berns Environmental Study Loop

Only in English

2 sights

  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    Welcome to the izi.TRAVEL Guide for the Michael and Tricia Berns Environmental Study Loop. The Berns Environmental Study Loop is an exciting, innovative facility that immerses visitors in the science of park management. Narrated by park interpreter Winter Bonnin, this guide gives you more information on field guides and upcoming opportunities to participate in research and conservation science as you explore the loop. This tour will take one hour or less. The trail is 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) long, and is wheelchair accessible.

    Photo Credits to J. Christopher Launi, Joan Avise, Peter Bryant, John C. Avise, Crystal Cove Alliance, and Crystal Cove State Park.

    What is Crystal Cove Alliance?
    Crystal Cove Alliance (CCA) was established as a 501(c)3 in 1999 to protect and preserve the natural, cultural, and historic resources within Crystal Cove State Park, located in Newport Beach, California. Find out more by visiting our website at www.crystalcovealliance.org/

  3. 1 Michael and Tricia Berns Environmental Study Loop
  4. 2 Nature's Trespassers Field Station
  5. 3 Bugs and Butterflies Field Station
  6. 4 Bird Blind Field Station
  7. 5 Backcountry Trailhead
  8. 6 Ecohydrology Field Station
  9. 7 Wind and Weather Field Station
  10. 8 Early Residents Field Station
  11. 9 Rocks on the Move Field Station
  12. 10 Berns Environmental Study Loop Amphitheater
  13. 11 Animal Tracking Field Station
  1. Audio tour Summary

    Welcome to the izi.TRAVEL Guide for the Michael and Tricia Berns Environmental Study Loop. The Berns Environmental Study Loop is an exciting, innovative facility that immerses visitors in the science of park management. Narrated by park interpreter Winter Bonnin, this guide gives you more information on field guides and upcoming opportunities to participate in research and conservation science as you explore the loop. This tour will take one hour or less. The trail is 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) long, and is wheelchair accessible.

    Photo Credits to J. Christopher Launi, Joan Avise, Peter Bryant, John C. Avise, Crystal Cove Alliance, and Crystal Cove State Park.

    What is Crystal Cove Alliance?
    Crystal Cove Alliance (CCA) was established as a 501(c)3 in 1999 to protect and preserve the natural, cultural, and historic resources within Crystal Cove State Park, located in Newport Beach, California. Find out more by visiting our website at www.crystalcovealliance.org/

Reviews

No reviews yet

Write the first review
A minimum rating of 1 star is required.
Please fill in your name.