An oasis for wildlife in the midst of so much concrete and well worth a few hours for anyone interested in nature. It almost ended up as an extension to the concrete of Marina del Rey, but was saved by activists and is now being slowly restored as a wetland area.
We were not in town at the right time to attend any of the organised tours, but spent about three hours slowly walking the paths. As a reward we saw green herons, egrets and white-tailed kite as well as many others that we, not being Americans, did not immediately recognise.
During the whole time we saw only three other people.
As an aside, there are signs advising that insect repellent be used because of the risk of mosquitos, so be sure to bring some.
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