Santa Barbara is home to the largest Fern Pine in California.
There's a ton of adventure to be had at the Channel Islands National Park, but here are four of them to tackle on your next adventure.
Anyone else see the dragon at Goleta Beach yesterday? It was majestic!
A subscriber shares photos of some morning visitors.
Edhat reader Dulce captures photos of a few of nature's morning visitors.
An edhat reader rode their bicycle up to La Cumbre peak to check out the newly installed piano.
Dulce captured photos of a crow challenging a red-tailed hawk on the Mesa
Steve captured a photo of migratory birds heading south for the winter a little earlier than expected.
Charles captured photos of the double rainbow before Sunday's rainstorm.
Our September tree of the month is the colorful and beautiful Crape Myrtle.
An edhat reader captures photos of two hawks hanging out in a More Mesa backyard.
Can edhatters identify this garden bug?
Another victim of the drought.
MountainMan4865 reported a tiny owl flew into his Painted Cave home and wonders if edhatters can identify it.
A local man had an intense staring contest with a mountain lion in the hills of Montecito on Friday morning and quickly after heard a rifle go off.
The Tipu Tree has been named Santa Barbara's August tree of the month.
Condor milestone achieved – second generation of condors nesting in the wild in California.
The recent shark sightings inspired Matt Organista to go hunting with his drone. Good thing he wasn't in the water!
An edhat reader shares a photo of large Walking Stick in their home.
Can anyone ID these little guys?
Any bird savvy Edsters out there who know if these are Sharp Shinned Hawks or Coopers Hawks?
Big Pine Mountain looking to the Channel Islands and beyond.
The Tree of the Month for July is the Mimosa, also known as the Silk Tree.
A great white shark was caught on video swimming close to paddle boarders off Santa Claus Lane in Carpinteria.
An Edhat reader reports seeing regular sightings of juvenile sharks on Santa Claus Lane.
Rainbows are meteorological phenomena that we sometimes take for granted.
An edhat subscriber captured stunning views of two very similar, yet different worlds.
An edhat subscriber shares a photo, along with some useful information, about the Santolina plant.
Tom Modugno shares awesome photos from his Figueroa Mountain hike with the gang.
Local biologists from Ventana Wildlife Society were able to successfully restore bald eagles to central California.