About Piedras Blancas Light Station Association
Piedras Blancas Light Station Association (PBLSA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting the restoration, preservation, and interpretation of the cultural and natural resources of the Piedras Blancas Light Station. The offshore rocks surrounding Point Piedras Blancas are home to marine animals such as California sea lions, harbor seals and elephant seals. Gray whales, humpback whales, and bottlenose dolphins can often be seen. Sea otters forage along Point Piedras Blancas and wrap themselves in kelp to rest. Many bird species roost on the large offshore rocks.
From the blog
Thursday, January 12 was a proud day for conservation, and for America. President Obama used the Antiquities Act to designate five national monuments, including 3 Southern civil rights sites and expansions of two existing national monuments in the West. The three historic sites honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the … read more
News Release: Obama Designates Five New National Monuments; Conservationists, local leaders celebrate designations
Durango, CO (January 12, 2017) – The Conservation Lands Foundation applauded today’s national monument designations and the announcement of efforts to make our parks and monuments more inclusive for all Americans. “President Obama is an exceptional conservationist. His actions to safeguard America’s natural, cultural and historic sites have been heroic. … read more