December 22, 2014 – King Tide Time-lapse. The “King Tide” was recorded both with GoPro video and still camera time-lapse above and below the water in the Malibu Lagoon. The King Tide had a +7.6 ft. high tide at 8:15 AM. he recording includes the tide dropping by 4:23 PM. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 18-21, 25-28, September 2-4 – Arroyo Sequit Dam Removal. This is a time lapse video of rag-tag volunteers from The Bay Foundation, State Parks and the Conservation Corps Camarillo 21 Sector removing the obsolete dam in Arroyo Sequit Creek. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
July 7, 2014 – The Malibu Lagoon Adult School. The Malibu Lagoon is teeming with fish. Watch this amazing underwater video of an adult school. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
June 25, 2014 – Got Fish? Malibu Lagoon does. Watch thousands upon thousands of fish enjoying the newly restored Malibu Lagoon in its second summer of growth. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
April 30, 2014, Crustaceans in the Malibu Lagoon. Copepods and Ostracods dance below the surface of the restored Malibu Lagoon. These tiny crustaceans are the bottom of the food chain and serve as an important food source for fish and benthic invertebrates. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
November 4, 2013 ” Big Fish” In The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Even though the water was murky from waves topping over the sand berm and entering the lagoon, the underwater camera was able to pick up the shape of a rather large fish swimming by. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
October 2, 2013 The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Approximately 80% of the lagoon’s surface water was covered with algae. Just below the surface the lagoon creatures appear to be enjoying their new habitat and the improved circulation. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
September 9, 2013 The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. This “fish eye view” is of giant schools of fish and other wildlife inhabiting the restored Lagoon. Under the surface of water the schools of fish and other wildlife are flourishing. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 12, 2013 The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Sit back, relax and enjoy the tranquility beneath the lagoon waters. Watch fish frolic, shrimp jumping about, while crabs crawl around under the water of the restored Malibu Lagoon. LIfe is coming back in abundance!. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
July 29, 2013 The Bugs Are Back In Town: Dragonflies Swarm Malibu Lagoon. Watch their spectacular flight. Dragonflies eat mosquitos, bees, flies, wasps and ants. They are an important source of food for birds, frogs, fish and other dragon flies. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
April 17, 2013 Erecting the Kelp Canopy. The kelp canopy emerges at Malibu Lagoon. It provides shade for educational groups and other visitors meeting at the majestic entrance. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
March 25, 2013 Students Build Osprey Perch at Malibu Lagoon. The Student Conservation Association’s volunteers erect the Osprey Perch at Malibu Lagoon. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
January 11, 2013 Malibu Lagoon King Tide. The King Tide (the highest and lowest tides of the year) on January 11th, 2013 generated a 6 foot 9 inch high tide. The King Tide floods the interpretive Winter Ramp/ Summer Clock walkway, which measures the tide. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 31, 2012 EcoMalibu Inaugural – Part 1: EcoMalibu’s Introduction by Bob Purvey, President of EcoMalibu, presents EcoMalibu’s mission and vison, and introduces the Board of Directors. NOTE: Click on image to see video. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 31, 2012 EcoMalibu Inaugural – Part 3: The lagoon restoration is described by Mark Abramson, Senior Watershed Advisor for the Santa Monica Restoration Foundation. He details the restoration & enhancement project at the Inaugural event introducing EcoMalibu. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
July 8, 2012 Malibu Lagoon Dewatering System 48 Hour Test. Mark Abramson discusses the Dewatering System, 48-hour quality control test, prior to ocean discharge, which was completed at noon on Preliminary tests showed the dewatering system worked properly. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
December 2011 Malibu Lagoon Restoration Plan Presentation Given By Mark Abramson To The Audobon. This is an edited video of Mark Abramson’s PowerPoint presentation about the Malibu Lagoon Restoration and Enhancement project plan. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
December 9, 2014 – The Fish Hunt. This video shows Mergansers swimming underwater in a hunt for fish. Small schools of Striped Mullet are seen swimming below the surface escaping the threat. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 31, 2014 – Decision Malibu If you are concerned about what the future of Malibu can look like and whether the City preserves its quaint feel and rural character you should watch Decision Malibu! NOTE: Click on image to see video.
June 25, , 2014 – ShrimpFest II in the Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Watch Oriental Shrimp as they prance through the algae. Recorded on June 25th, 2014. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
June 18, 2014 “Aquarium & Aviary” In The Malibu Lagoon. A sneak peak of what’s happening below the water of the recently restored Malibu Lagoon. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
October 4th through November 28th, 2006 – This time lapse video shows the demolition and removal of the Texas Crossing in Malibu Creek State Park. Now Malibu Creek flows naturally through this area and fish have access to an additional mile of high quality habitat. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
October 22, 2013 “Fish, fish, fish” In The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Watch and you’ll see thousands upon thousands of fish flourishing in the estuary habitat that has been cleaned up. Clearly, restoration is favoring the wildlife. Enjoy. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
September 30, 2013 “Shrimpfest” In The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Shrimpfest in Malibu Lagoon. Dozens of oriental shrimp dance around a barnacle covered pole in the former dead zone of the newly restored Malibu Lagoon. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 12, 2013 The Malibu Lagoon Aquarium. Sit back, relax and enjoy the tranquility beneath the lagoon waters. Watch fish frolic, shrimp jumping about, while crabs crawl around under the water of the Malibu Lagoon. Life is coming back in abundance!. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 7, 2013 Life below the Surface of the Malibu Lagoon. This underwater video captures water circulation and life below the water surface of the newly restored Malibu Lagoon. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
May 3rd, 2013 Malibu Lagoon Restoration Grand Opening Celebration. Approximately 250 dignitaries, residents, environmentalists, recreationalists and business owners, among others, came together to celebrate the grand opening of the new Malibu Lagoon. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
April 13, 2013 Construction Ducks at Malibu Lagoon. Baby ducks follow excavators around the Malibu Lagoon Restoration Project. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
January 18, 2013 Malibu Lagoon Bird Blind as Described by Architectural Designer, Clark Stevens. The Bird Blind is one of the many unique interpretive features Clark designed for this project. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
October 24, 2012 Malibu Lagoon Restoration and Enhancement Progress. Check out the Malibu Lagoon with Don Hartley of Growing Solutions and Suzanne Goode, Senior Ecologist for California Parks & Recreation. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 31, 2012 EcoMalibu Inaugural – Part 2: History of the Malibibu Lagoon Restoration by Suzanne Goode Suzanne Goode, Senior Ecologist, Angeles District, California State Parks and Recreation presents the history of the Malibu Lagoon restoration. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
August 31, 2012 EcoMalibu Inaugural – Part 4: What Holds the Future. EcoMalibu board of director’s member Professor Lee Kats, Ph.D, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives at Pepperdine University introduces the scientific team behind the restoration. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
May 3, 2012 Malibu Lagoon Tour with Matt Horns. Aquatic field scientist Matthew Horns tells us about the pollution problems plaguing the lagoon. He explains how depleted Dissolved Oxygen is the cause of many life-threatening problems. NOTE: Click on image to see video.
November 26, 2011 This Video Tour is of the Malibu Lagoon Prior To Restoration. Malibu Lagoon is listed as “impaired” by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for excessive nutrients, bacteria, and algae. This video shows the areas of concern identified by the numerous scientific studies NOTE: Click on image to see video.