Ocean Meadows aerial photo
Solitary Sandpiper & Greater Yellowlegs
Ocean Meadows aerial photo
Black Phoebe
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The North Campus Open Space (NCOS) Restoration Project restores the upper arms of Devereux Slough with funding from partner agencies. Restoration of the estuary will support a diversity of birds, fish, and wildlife; absorb flood waters; and is adaptive to sea level rise. Over 2.5 miles of trails provide scenic views and connectivity to the California Coastal Trail. The Marsh Trail is open. Restoration is ongoing and visitor amenities are under construction by UCSB’s Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration (CCBER).

News & Announcements

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November 2019

Updates & Events - Tidewater Goby, Ventura Marsh Milk-vetch, Visitor Plaza Construction to begin soon.

Feature Story - NCOS Vegetation Update: The Restoration Evidence Is In

Volunteer Opportunities - Saturday November 16th, 9:30-12, or anytime - email us at ncos@ccber.ucsb.edu

Community Forum and Photos - Bobcat and Red-necked Phalaropes.

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