California Art Show highlights Weston

Brett Weston, Untitled (Cypress Detail, Point Lobos, California) [detail], 1929 (printed later). Silver gelatin print, 10 x 8 inches. The Brett Weston Archive, Courtesy Christian Keesee Collection, 2016

New Junior Ranger Program!

NEW! The California State Parks Junior Ranger program is coming to Point Lobos this summer. It begins on Saturday, May 28 and concludes on Tuesday, September 6. Operating only on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day), it's a one-hour program is for children ages 7-12.

Easy Access Adventures

Take part in a special interpretive opportunity for people with limited mobility. Easy Access Adventures are scheduled twice a month through the end of August. More here!

Communications Award

We’re so excited to share that the Point Lobos Foundation has been named a 2015 Communications All Star! Thank you, and we look forward to sharing our love of Point Lobos with you throughout 2016. If you haven't signed up for the newsletter already, you're missing out. Sign up now!

Enjoying Winter at Point Lobos

Due to our Mediterranean climate, Point Lobos can still be enjoyed on most days during the winter, and there is a lot to see.  Some cautions are in order if you are planning to come from far away.  

The legacy of Sister Anna Voss

by Vicki Odello:

2016 Annual Membership Meeting

The Point Lobos Foundation welcomes guest speaker, Dr. Stephen Palumbi, Director of the Stanford University Hopkins Marine Station, to the Annual Membership Meeting on January 9, 2016.

Gift Memberships

Share Point Lobos with your loved ones with a gift membership. For $50 or more, recipients will receive a package of ten fine-art note cards and invitations to special events. Personalize your gift with your choice of a red, blue or ivory ribbon. 

"This is Something Special": Release of Two Sea Lions at Weston Beach

by Mary Conway

On October 27 I was on the northern flat table-like rocks of Weston Beach for the LiMPETS citizen science transect study when the Marine Mammal Rescue Group released two Sea Lions who were ready to go back to their natural environment.  

Video: Enjoy the natural sounds of the sea lions and the sea with background voices of two docents captivated by the wonder of the sea lion release.


Otter Mom communicates with admiring humans

November 2, Robert Grace