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Pt Mugu NAS from Mugu Peak. Mugu marks the southern boarder of the Central Coast climbing areas.
The city of Ventura was once home to several nice glue-up areas, under various bridges and in different flood control culverts. Alas, ever-increasing liability concerns on the part of the county have led to all but one of the sites being dismantled.  Only this one site remains...and now time and the elements are dismantling it.
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I think the sea lion, the starfish and the butterfly pictures are great---except that you won't encounter many of them while climbing. For most of the Central Coast, these constitute the wildlife that you will most likely interact with. (No, not trying to be gratuituous; these pics were all taken during climbing outings...)
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By Matthew Fienup
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From: Ventura, CA
Mar 8, 2011

Are you telling me you've never seen a flying fish while climbing in Santa Barbara? :)

By Jeff Mahoney
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Mar 9, 2011

Now that you mention it, you're right---plenty of flying Fish

By Matthew Fienup
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From: Ventura, CA
Jun 9, 2011

And as you already know, I did see some brittle stars while climbing above Ojai: photo

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I think the sea lion, the starfish and the butterfly pictures are great---except that you won't encounter many of them while climbing. For most of the Central Coast, these constitute the wildlife that you will most likely interact with. (No, not trying to be gratuituous; these pics were all taken during climbing outings...)

Submitted By: Jeff Mahoney on Sep 14, 2010
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