Coronado Butterfly Preserve

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Things To Do: Outdoor Recreation, Cycling, Dog Walking, Hiking, and Wildlife Viewing

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  • Coronado Butterfly Preserve

    The Coronado Butterfly Preserve is home to native coastal sage scrub habitat, eucalyptus groves and numerous birds and wildlife that thrive in this urban community treasure. The 9.3-acre preserve includes Devereux Creek, woodlands and meadows as well as trails, an outdoor gathering area and classroom.

    The Preserve is protected open space and acts as a gateway to existing and future protected coastal resource areas nearby, via trails linking the Goleta Monarch Grove, Ellwood Shores coastal bluffs, Santa Barbara Shores County Park, the Devereux Slough and the beach.

    The preserve is adjacent to the largest Monarch butterfly over-wintering groves in California and is enjoyed by as many as 1,000 visitors per weekend during the butterfly season.

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    Visit the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County

    Information on the Western Monarch is posted at the Xerces Society website.

  • Address: 400 Coronado Dr
    Goleta Valley
    United States
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