Field Trip Program

Channel Islands: Island Programs

Students at tidepools on Anacapa Island.

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While park staff does not offer any curriculum-based educational programs on the islands, guided hikes for the general public are offered throughout the year and students may attend these programs. No reservations (except boat transportation reservations) are required for these guided tours.

Island Packers, an official park concessionaire, offers a variety of student programs, from half-day whale watching to full-day Anacapa and Santa Cruz Island trips. For more information visit Island Packers or call (805) 642-1393.

Park rangers broadcast Live Dives and Live Hikes from Anacapa Island. These broadcasts can be viewed in classrooms, at the park visitor center, and by park visitors on Anacapa Island. See Distance Learning for more information.

Contact

Island Packers

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805-642-1393

Details

Grade Levels:
Kindergarten-Twelfth Grade
Subject:
American Indian History and Culture, Biology: Animals, Biology: Plants, Ecology, Environment, Geography, Geology, Marine Biology, Oceanography, Oceans, Wildlife Biology
Keywords:
adaptation, American Indian, endemic species, environment, habitat, Explorers, kelp forest, marine biology, Native American, Native Species, ocean, predator, prey, Shipwrecks, tidepools
type:
Field Trip Program