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Tours: Malibu Public Beaches Safaris (East)

The Los Angeles Urban Rangers are pleased to announce:

Tired
of Zuma and Surfrider? Want to find and use the other beaches in
Malibu? The twenty miles that are lined with private development? The
"Malibu Public Beaches" safaris show you how to find, park, walk,
picnic, and sunbathe on a Malibu beach legally and safely. Each safari
visits two different beaches. Skills-enhancing activities include a
public-private boundary hike, sign watching, a no-kill hunt for
accessways, and a public easement potluck.  We are offering five safaris this summer in west and east Malibu:

SUN July 27, 9:00am-12:30pm (East Malibu)
SAT Aug 2, 3:00pm-6:30pm (West Malibu)
SUN Aug 3, 3:00pm-6:30pm (East Malibu)

Safaris are free. Spaces are limited. To sign up, e-mail info@laurbanrangers.org w/name, # of people and preferred date. For further information on the safaris and the Los Angeles Urban Rangers, please visit http://www.laurbanrangers.org/.

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