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2010 "From Shore to Sea" Archived Lecture Videos

Tim Hauf
 

To stream the lecture videos, click on "dialup" or "standard" depending on your internet connection.

To download lecture videos to your computer, right-click on the link and then select "save as." A media player (such as Apple Quicktime Player) that can play .mp4 files is required to view. Apple QuickTime Player can be downloaded here for free.

 

 

 

March: Channel Islands National Park 30th Anniversary: Charting a Course for the Future, Russell Galipeau, Channel Islands National Park Superintendent

Note: This lecture was a presentation of the park film "Restoring Balance: Santa Cruz Island," which focuses on a recent effort to save the island fox, reestablish bald eagles, eliminate non-native feral pigs, and relocate golden eagles as part of an island-wide restoration project. The film may be viewed by clicking here.

 

 

May: Film Presentation of "Six Generations," History of a Chumash Family by Ernestine Ygnacio-De Soto, Chumash Elder and John Johnson, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Note: Due to copyright restrictions this film is not available for viewing on our website. It is available for purchase in the park visitor center bookstore or from the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: http://store.sbnature.org/catalog/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December: No lecture was scheduled.

Did You Know?

Brown pelican on nest

The Channel Islands are home to the largest breeding colonies of seabirds in southern California.