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      Manchester Habitat Conservation Area (Manchester Trail) in San Diego

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      January 19, 2019

      Saturday   8:00 AM

      1788 El Prado
      San Diego, California 92101

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      Manchester Habitat Conservation Area (Manchester Trail)

      Enjoy native plants and birds in a space preserved by the city of Encinitas. Several threatened or endangered species, such as San Diego thornmint and the California gnatcatcher bird, occur in this protected area. A view of neighboring hills and mountains can be obtained from a high point on the trail. There are steep stairs at entrance and ruts along the trail. This is an easy 4 mile hike with an elevation gain/loss of up to 500 feet. 8ñ11 AM. (Encinitas) From I-5, go east on Manchester Ave. for 1 mile. Continue onto South El Camino Real. Go 0.7 mile. Turn right on Calle Ryan and go 0.3 mile. Park at the end of the road. No facilities. (GPS N33.030441, W117.251621) We are always hoping to see wildlife. Please leave dogs at home and come enjoy nature. About Nature Hikes: Canyoneers are San Diego Natural History Museum volunteers trained to teach appreciation of plants and animals in southern California. Walks are open to the public; no reservations are required. For more information visit the Canyoneer hikes page--

      Cost: Included in admission

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