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Año Nuevo State Park and Reserve

Located on California's central coast, Año Nuevo State Park and Reserve is a 4,000-acre state park that attracts over 200,000 visitors yearly for its popular interpretive programs as well as its abundant marine and avian wildlife. Some 5,000 northern elephant seals visit every year to breed, have babies, and rest before they return to sea. This spring, an exciting new Marine Education Center was dedicated at the park.

Visit the Official Park Webpage

California State Parks Foundation

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