May 20, 2013
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Rapid Recovery Evident to Ecosystem on Santa Cruz Island
The endangered island fox, one of America’s rarest mammals which occur only on six Channel Islands, is on the verge of recovery.
April 24, 2013
New Boat Expands a 45 Year Tradition of Connecting People to the Channel Islands
Island Packers, the official concessioner for Channel Islands National Park, celebrates 45 years in business with the christening of their new 64-foot catamaran next Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at 5:30 pm in Ventura Harbor.
April 22, 2013
Biologists Present Results of Island Restoration in Evening Lecture
The May From Shore to Sea lecture will feature two biologists, Kate Faulkner and Jennifer Boyce, discussing the recovery of Anacapa Island a decade after the removal of nonnative rats.
April 05, 2013
Back from the Brink—Island Fox Populations Recovering
At the April From Shore to Sea lecture National Park Service biologist Tim Coonan will tell a compelling story of a decade’s effort to save the endangered Channel Islands fox from extinction.
March 07, 2013
Island Recovery Evident Ten Years after the Removal of Rats
Ten years after removing nonnative rats the ecosystem on Anacapa Island, including rare seabirds, is showing profound results of recovery.
February 21, 2013
University Establishes Research Partnership with National Park Service
California State University Channel Islands and the National Park Service today announced a partnership to create a field research station on Santa Rosa Island within Channel Islands National Park. The agreement paves the way for a facility that hosts wide-ranging educational and research opportunities in one of the nation’s most ecologically and archaeologically prized island settings.