College and university groups are encouraged to learn about estuarine ecology by discovering the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Professors who wish to bring their classes should contact education staff to schedule a visit even if planning a self-guided tour. Guided trips are also available.
Common Topics for Guided Tours:
- Bird Identification
- Endangered Species
- Native vs. Non-native Plants
- Salt Marsh Plant Identification and Adaptations
- TRNERR Management Issues
- Wetland Functions
Service Learning Projects and Research Projects can also be arranged.
Interested groups should call at least 4 weeks in advance to make a reservation and discuss with the education staff the objectives of the visit. Programs are generally 2 hours in length, but depend upon your group’s objectives. Binoculars are provided for the group to use. Programs are provided FREE of charge.
To schedule a visit contact:
Marya Ahmad, marya.ahmad(at)parks.ca.gov
Lorena Warner-Lara, lorena.warner-lara(at)parks.ca.gov