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Agua Hedionda Lagoon

The Agua Hedionda Lagoon is a center of environmental education, awareness, and research. As one of the threatened coastal wetlands on the Southern California coastline, The Lagoon is dedicated to educating the public on the pertinence of conservation and environmental awareness for endangered species. Home to crabs, fish, birds, and a variety of marine life, the Lagoon supports a variety of sensitive and vital plant and animal communities. Students can see a distinctive natural ecosystem as well as explore the impact of human influences on native environments. 

Project Numbers

Lisa Cannon Rodman


(760) 804-1969

Fish and Plants

Executive Director

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