What LATO has been up to

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Yoo-hoo! Summer baby season is just around the corner, and we are in desperate need of bath towels! We use towels to line enclosures, handle animals, and clean the clinic. If you have a few to spare, please consider donating them to us! The bigger the towel, the better. You can bring them to us directly at 1387 Main St. in Morro Bay, or call our hotline to see if a transport volunteer can pick them up from you. Thank you all for your support, no matter the form! ... See MoreSee Less

Cheers for the dedicated LATO Wildlife Camera Project (WCP) volunteers and new volunteers who came out for our annual meeting and training this week. More cool wildlife images coming soon. This project has been running for 10+ years. It takes a lot of teamwork and keeps getting better. Thanks to WCP teams, partners and all who support LATO! ... See MoreSee Less

Cheers for the dedicated LATO Wildlife Camera Project (WCP) volunteers and new volunteers who came out for our annual meeting and training this week. More cool wildlife images coming soon. This project has been running for 10+ years. It takes a lot of teamwork and keeps getting better. Thanks to WCP teams, partners and all who support LATO!

36 4th graders, representing three LATO public school partners (Vineyard Elementary School, Santa Margarita Elementary School and Ocean View Elementary School) started training this week to become full-fledged Oak Ambassadors (OA), ready to guide school nature hikes this spring.

OA training begins with team-building and "oakology," getting to know the local oaks and associated native plant community.

We're excited and look forward to sharing our adventures with you.
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36 4th graders, representing three LATO public school partners (Vineyard Elementary School, Santa Margarita Elementary School and Ocean View Elementary School) started training this week to become full-fledged Oak Ambassadors (OA), ready to guide school nature hikes this spring. 

OA training begins with team-building and oakology, getting to know the local oaks and associated native plant community.

Were excited and look forward to sharing our adventures with you.

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GREAT program

UPDATE see comment re Irish Hills location for second part of training. Reminder - iNaturalist Outdoor Training this Saturday, January 28 from 9am to noon. Meet at Devaul Park Playground in San Luis Obispo and then we move to adjacent entrance to Irish Hills Natural Reserve to practice. See our website for details and important tips on how to prepare beforehand for this training. cnpsslo.org/event/cnps-inaturalist-outdoor-training-workshop-1/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Learning Among the Oaks

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Such an amazing program´┐╝

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