This time of year, if you see a tree from a distance that looks like billowing clouds of lime-green cotton candy, it is most likely a Camphor Tree.
An edhat reader shares a photo of our local views that looks like a painting.
Beautiful wildflowers are in bloom, here is the guide in order to find the best spots in Santa Barbara County to find the specific flowers you may have your heart set on seeing this season.
Approximately 150 goats have taken up residency at the Valle Verde Retirement Community.
Chuck shares an update on the Oak Titmouse hatchlings in his backyard.
An edhat reader shares a photo of a local rattlesnake eating dinner.
Chuck shares photos of the variety of creatures found in his backyard.
Chuck discovered a nest for Titmouse hatchlings in their backyard nest box.
The sweet perfumed air that has been wafting through Santa Barbara for the last several weeks is scented, in large part, from the “Victorian Box Tree”
Tom shares photos of the beautiful green in Goleta before it fades away.
An edhat reader shares photos of a meet and greet between two local honey bees.
An edhat reader shares a photo of a Great Blue Heron on the westside of Santa Barbara.
Helen shares a recent update of the wildflower status on Figueroa Mountain.
An edhat reader shares photos of ducklings at Lake Los Carneros in Goleta.
An edhat reader shares a photo of Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens.
Max shares aerial photos of Cachuma Lake, Carrizo Plains, and Goleta during a recent flight.
An edhat reader shares photos of some hungry Cedar Waxwings.
Max shares photos of Cachuma Lake during a flight on Sunday.
An edhat reader shares a beautiful view of Shoreline Park on a spring day.
An edhat reader shares a photo of grazing sheep on the San Marcos Foothills Preserve.
Due to the much-needed rain, the Figueroa wildflowers are back on a normal schedule.
[Update]: Edhat readers shares photos of Figueroa Mountain from last week.
Tom shares photos of a sunset picnic overlooking the Gaviota Coast.
Are the wildflowers blooming yet on Figueroa Mountain? A local expert weighs in.
Patti shares photos of Lake Cachuma between January and March of this year.
Edhat readers share photos of beautiful local views after the recent rainstorms.
This winter season has brought a lot of rain and turned Goleta really green.
The Monterey cypress is recognized, worldwide, as the iconic tree of the California Coast.
Patti shares photos of Lake Cachuma after the recent rainstorms.
An edhat reader shares a security camera video of a mountain lion jumping over their gate in Montecito.