AVALON – The Catalina Island Conservancy welcomed new Chief Operating Officer Tony Budrovich to the team last month.
AVALON — The Tuna Club of Santa Catalina Foundation, Phil Friedman Outdoor Youth Program and The Sportfishing Conservancy combined resources to treat youngsters from Avalon School on Catalina Island to a day of fishing in local waters, May 26.
CATALINA – Two conservation staffers from the Catalina Island Conservancy got a big surprise the morning of June 1 while walking the beach near Catalina Island's Emerald Bay.
AVALON — One of Catalina Island’s most popular summer traditions brings dancing in the streets back to Avalon.
TWO HARBORS — Dog owners who enjoy dressing up their four-legged canines are invited to participate in the 14th annual Yacht Dog Show.
TWO HARBORS — Wine connoisseurs can taste the finest in reds, chardonnays, syrah and bubbly during Two Harbors 14th annual Wine Festival.
AVALON — More than 400 guests enjoyed an evening of dining, dancing and supporting the Catalina Island Conservancy, April 11.
AVALON — One of the greatest horror films of the silent era will be the feature presentation of the 28th annual Silent Film Benefit.
CATALINA ISLAND — Ann Muscat, president and CEO of the Catalina Island Conservancy, announced she will retire at the end of 2016.
ST. LOUIS — Bud Light has named Catalina Island as the next destination for an epic weekend of unexpected fun.
AVALON – What would have been the eighth annual Flying Fish Festival has been canceled due to a lack of kelp beds, which is where the leaping fish laid their eggs.
AVALON – Scuba divers are invited to enjoy a day of diving off Catalina Island during the 41st annual Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber’s Chamber Day, May 6.
AVALON — More than 20 years ago, Randy Boelsems recalls a beautiful Catalina Island day, when he was sitting on his boat, admiring the historic Casino Ballroom.
TWO HARBORS – Pirates will take over the shores of Catalina Island during the annual Shipwreck Weekend at Two Harbors from April 10 to 12.
AVALON — The Catalina Island Conservancy’s fox recovery program brought the endangered Catalina Island fox back from the brink of extinction in less than 15 years, resulting in a population of more than 1,700 in 2014. However, more foxes mean more interactions with humans, and those interactions can be dangerous for the foxes.