Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitor Center | What’s happening in San Diego

Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitor Center

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301 Caspian Way
Imperial Beach , CA , 91932
Phone: (619) 575-3613
32° 34' 31.8216" N, 117° 7' 38.5428" W
Contact name: 
Anne Marie Tipton-Education Coordinator
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The Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve preserves, protects, and manages the natural and cultural resources of the Tijuana River Estuary by focusing on research and education with compatible recreation and resource use. The Reserve encompasses beach, dune, mudflat, salt marsh, riparian, coastal sage scrub, and upland habitats surrounded by the growing cities of Tijuana, Imperial Beach, and San Diego. Critical issues confronted by the Reserve include habitat conservation and restoration, endangered species management, management of the wastewater from Mexico, sediment management, and the integration of recreation.

In an effort to protect public health and safety as the State responds to COVID-19 and following guidelines under the direction of the Governor of California, yhe Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center will be temporarily closed effective immediately. All tours and programs, including Junior Rangers, are canceled through March 31st.

 

Junior Rangers every Thursday at 3:30pm. *canceled through 3-31

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