Max captures aerial photos of Cachuma Lake getting fuller and green hills in Santa Barbara.
An edhat reader shares photos from a hike along the Carpinteria Bluffs on New Year's day.
Pam captures a photo of the last Santa Barbara sunset from 2017.
2017 ended in a puff of smoke for Goleta, so here's to a wet and swell 2018 from Goleta Surfing.
The Norfolk Island Pine is our Santa Barbara Tree of the month for December.
Max captures an aerial photo of the hills above Carpinteria.
[Update]: Chuck captures a photo of a hawk visiting his birdbath.
Chris shares photos of the high tide sunrise in Goleta.
Edhat reader Deborah shares two up close and beautiful photos of Mt. Whitney from Santa Barbara County.
An edhat reader shares a photo of a bobcat spotted near Hendry's Beach.
An edhat reader shares the view of Santa Barbara County from the Edison Catway.
A bobcat is hanging out in the Arroyo Burro Restoration at Barger Canyon, can you spot it?
Edhat reader Dulce shares photos of several bird varieties paying a morning visit.
The Ginkgo Tree is our November Tree of the Month.
An edhat reader shares photos from a beautiful day at Hendry's Beach.
Edhat reader Pat explored Yellowjacket Ranch on a mule.
An edhat reader shares photos from a County Search and Rescue training on Gibraltar Rock.
Pilot Max shares an aerial photo of the Santa Barbara coastline on Sunday.
An edhat reader shares photos from Shoreline Park.
An edhat reader spots a praying mantis hiding in a bush.
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.