Monarch Migration and Seals At Santa Cruz Wharf

Santa Cruz is tucked in the Monterey Bay where surfers, seals, and sailboats enjoy gentle waves, sunshine, and unique views. Santa Cruz is also home to one of many stops for the Monarch Migration south each year.

We stopped at the Natural Bridges State Park and walked the monarch trail to get a glimpse of the butterflies. In past years, we’d gone to Pismo Beach to check them out. Natural Bridges State Park has eucalyptus trees right up against the ocean. The beach was full of families enjoying low tide. Pelicans were perched on one of the natural bridges. They all took flight at the same time. It was quite the sight.

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