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Celebrate OC Nature and Ancient Wonders This Spring at Science Events

 
A shark's jaw on display.

For a look into Orange County's archaeological and paleontological past, visit 'OC's Ancient Wonders' Feb. 25 at O'Neill Regional Park.

Cal State Fullerton is celebrating Orange County's nature and ancient wonders this spring — from offering guided bird walks to exploring the region's early history.

Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is hosting the following morning bird walks:

  • 8-10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, and Saturday, March 24 — Guided bird walks in Modjeska Canyon, led by artist and birder Julie Williams, are for beginning and intermediate birders. Visitors will explore native habitats and learn to identify local birds. Suitable for ages 12 and older and cost is $5 per person. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 714-649-2760. Tucker, owned and operated by CSUF and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, is located at 29322 Modjeska Canyon Road, Silverado, 92676. For more information, visit Tucker online.


The John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center is hosting "OC’s Ancient Wonders," a free educational family event celebrating over 180 million years of Orange County history.

  • 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at O'Neill Regional Park — Highlights Orange County's rich heritage of natural history, prehistoric animals and plants, and Native American culture. The event features displays of local fossils and Native American artifacts, educational crafts and hands-on activities for children. Parking is free. The park is located at 30892 Trabuco Canyon Road, Trabuco Canyon 92679. The Cooper Center is a partnership between CSUF and OC Parks. Visit the Cooper Center for more information.

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