There are eight islands in the Channel Islands: Anacapa, San Clemente, San Miguel, San Nicolas, Santa Barbara, Santa Catalina, Santa Cruz, and Santa Rosa. Five of them (Anacapa, San Miguel, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, and Santa Rosa) are part of the Channel Islands National Park. Two others, San Clemente and San Nicolas, are owned by the US Navy. San Clemente is accessible to civilian groups; San Nicolas is not.
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Channel Islands Restoration
Restores habitat and provides volunteer opportunities in the Channel Islands National Park and adjacent mainland. Projects, affected species, and educational activities.
The Prehistoric Fishery of San Celemente Island
Journal article from the Pacific Archaeological Society Quarterly. [PDF]
San Clemente Island
The southernmost island, owned by the U.S. Navy and used for training. Lists civilian groups with access, by arrangement. Provides area usage schedule, and photo gallery of geography and military facilities.
San Clemente Island Goat Association
Advocacy group promoting and protecting these feral goats. History, breeding, and commercial programs.
San Nicolas Island
A profile of the island owned and operated by the U.S. Navy, with no civilian access.
Skeletal Remains from San Clemente Island
Discusses the characteristics of prehistorical human remains. Journal article from the Pacific Archaeological Society Quarterly. [PDF]
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