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MARINE PROTECTION
 
Catalina's marine environment is unique. As in the Galapagos, the Island's habitat diversity is created by currents that create distinct temperatures and nutrient levels. This rare confluence makes Catalina's waters home to a wide variety of creatures.

The following short video, Blue Boat Home, follows water on its voyage from the skies above Catalina to the land and back to the sea, making the connection between the Island's watersheds and human interactions that can impact water quality.



Whether you are a diver, a boater, an angler, or if you like the beach or simply love seafood, you can help protect Catalina's marine environment now and for generations to come. View the brochure online.

You can also make a difference by supporting conservation and education projects through a gift to the Conservancy. Make your check out to the Catalina Island Conservancy, and mail it to: PO Box 2739, Avalon, CA 90704. Or specify your wishes and donate online by clicking here.



 

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