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Throughout the year, the Museum offers an exciting variety of programs designed to encourage understanding and appreciation of the many facets of our natural world. Lectures and films provide opportunities to experience new ideas, develop new skills, meet active adults with similar interests, and learn from experts.

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Santa Barbara Audubon Society Presents:
Into the Moutains!
Trails and Tales of the Santa Barbara Backcountry
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
7:30PM
Farrand Hall
 
This talk will highlight several historic trails that lead from Santa Barbara into our local backcountry. Trails can still be visited today as a part of a day hike or backpacking trip and connect with the San Rafael and Dick Smith Wilderness areas. Trails highlighted will inlcude those used by the Chumash, early settlers, mercury miners, cowboys, and early rangers. 
Join local author James Wapotich as he shares images and stories from his hikes and backpacking trips along these historic trails. James has hiked many of the trails in our local backcountry. He is a Volunteer Wilderness Ranger with the Forest Service, and is the author of the Santa Barbara News-Press hiking column, Trail Quest. 
 
For more information call: 805-964-1468
 

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