Bird-watching hikers at Living Coast Discovery Center
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Coastweeks is a monthlong celebration of the coastal habitats and water resources found along San Diego’s coast. Among the events and activities this coming weekend are an animal-tracking walk in the Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve, a Tijuana Estuary bird walk, a “Not-So-Scary Estuary at San Elijo Lagoon,” a bird-watching hike at Chula Vista’s Living Coast Discovery Center, and a nature walk at Silver Strand State Beach.

Living Coast Discovery Center

1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista

Each weekend at Living Coast, there will be a new theme, including a coastal clean-up, tide-pool excursions featuring touch and learn sessions, waterfowl and coastal bird bio-facts, and a crustacean “meet and greet” shore crab hike. Each day the activities end with a “special feed” session of the creatures featured that weekend, including an octopus, a lobster, stingrays, and even a coastal roadrunner.

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