A Guide to the Insects of the Coal Oil Point Reserve

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Last updated 08/15/2005
  Insects of Coal Oil Point > Photos from the Reserve

Photos from the Reserve

An aerial view of Coal Oil Point and Devereux Slough

View east toward Coal Oil Point headquarters

Shorebirds congregating near the mouth of Devereux Slough

View north over Devereux Slough toward the Santa Ynez Mts.

Great Egret near the mouth of Devereux Slough


Upper beach and foredunes, showing accumulated wrack


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