Catalina Island

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Synonyms for Catalina Island

an island resort in the Pacific off the southwestern coast of California

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The Santa Catalina Island population is estimated at around 1,800 foxes; however disease remains an ongoing threat to this subspecies.
Catalina Island is located in the Pacific Ocean, 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles and is reportedly in the middle of a severe drought, with residents and tourists potentially facing a mandatory 50% cutback in water usage.
president and CEO of the Catalina Island Conservancy.
It just amazed me," Jeff Chace, director of the Catalina Island Marine Institute, (http://www.
The Behind the Scenes Casino Tour includes admission to the Catalina Island Museum.
No place on earth could have provided a more lovely opportunity for good, healthy enjoyment and informal social intercourse than Catalina Island," he wrote.
Activities include crafts, concerts, kayak races and a flying-fish exhibit at the Catalina Island Museum.
The non-profit organization, the Catalina Island Conservancy, successfully averted the potential extinction of the Catalina Island fox (U.
The Catalina Casino is the most famous structure on Catalina Island, a great, round, 12-story layered wedding cake of a building that commands Avalon Harbor.
At one point toward the end of the book, he describes an ill-fated trip to Catalina Island where a huge storm developed, detailing each moment of this harrowing experience:
The Santa Catalina Island Company introduced me to the Horner family who operates Catalina Island Camps at Howlands Landing.
The actress was reported to have married boyfriend Chris Henchy in a secret ceremony on Catalina Island, off the coast of Los Angeles.
Her resume is comprehensive: a 12 1/2-hour crossing from Catalina Island to the California coast at the age of 14; an English Channel record at 15; a 20-mile (32.
Catalina Express, the only ferry company in Southern California offering regularly scheduled daily service from four mainland ports to Santa Catalina Island, is moving its San Pedro passenger terminal to a fresh new facility within just feet of the old one and will be open for service in time for the summer season.
The Pimu Catalina Island Archaeology Project was founded in 2007 as a collaborative undertaking between the Gabrielino/Tongva community, archaeologists, and the Catalina Island Conservancy to synthesize and expand upon the previous research conducted on the island for over fifty years.