Nature | Los Angeles wetlands

A dawn to dusk view of the tidal wetlands, LA River, Ballona Creek and Ballona Lagoon areas: Home to snowy egrets, brown pelicans, western gulls, bobble-heads, various varieties of plovers, sandpipers, terns, heron, loons, oyster-catchers, cormorants, geese, ducks, mussels, oysters, raccoons and many other wild plants and animals that share the land, air and water alongside Los Angeles residents and LAX.

Gravity carries all water from the land and streets, down the storm drains, through rivers and wetlands, then eventually out to sea.

(Song “Cry” by HowieB in the video. HowieB: http://www.howieb.com/.)

Information about the Ballona Wetlands, visiting the trails and the restoration project: Friends of Ballona Wetlands http://www.ballonafriends.org/

Bird and wildlife in Los Angeles: LOS ANGELES AUDUBON Conservation Conversation http://www.laaudubonconservation.blog…

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