The area is 900 acres of estuary, marsh, and coastal sage scrub habit. Six endangered bird species are found here. Seventy ... More
Newport Bay Conservancy
The area is 900 acres of estuary, marsh, and coastal sage scrub habit. Six endangered bird species are found here. Seventy species of fish use the bay and during winter migration thousands of shorebirds and ducks either visit or spend the winter here. Kayak, canoe, walking and electric boat tours are offered and a state of the art Interpretive Center is located at 2301 University Dr., Newport Beach.
The fastest way to Catalina Island except by air, this company offers a catamaran vessel, which makes the voyage in
only 75 minutes. The largest boat of its kind anywhere on the West Coast of North America, the catamaran ...
Newport Landing Whale Watching provides whale watching and dolphin cruises daily. You can view many varieties of whales, including the
giant Blue Whale which is over 90 feet in length (during the summer and fall months), Finback Whales, Grey ...
Although Newport Beach is about 45 minutes south of downtown Los Angeles, this annual Christmas event is well worth the
drive. Join nearly one million other spectators as you watch beautifully decorated yachts, boats, kayaks, and canoes sail along ...