The start of a new season

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We look forward to the arrival of our first group of students for the season. This Monday, 3 schools will be traveling to Howlands Landing on the Catalina Express. They will be greeted with gorgeous weather and excited CELP staff.

We just finished our fall staff training. Some wildlife sightings include bald eagles, large schools of rainbow colored juvenile blacksmith (relative of the famous bright orange garibaldi fish), and our resident (harmless) hornsharks and leopard sharks. The water temperature is comfortable for snorkeling, averaging about 68 degrees.

After a busy summer on the island, its nice to see the crowds clearing out and the wildlife setting in. We can’t wait to share this amazing island with the hundreds of students that will be visiting us this fall.  A special thanks to all the teachers, parents and administrators that have been busy preparing for the trip.

See you soon!

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