Ian Filippini SB Polo Club
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Ian Filippini Santa Barbara Checks Out Santa Barbara Polo And Racquet Club

Ian Filippini SB Polo Club

Santa Barbara Polo And Racquet Club

Some things are just “Santa Barbara.” Sun, surf, shopping and good restaurants are definitely part of what makes Santa Barbara its own special place on the Central Coast. Well, the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club is another things that is most definitely “Santa Barbara,” just ask Ian Filippini Santa Barbara.

The Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club is a place where members and visitors can swim, play tennis, relax, and of course, play and watch polo! The Santa Barbara Polo Club was founded in 1911 and is one of the oldest polo clubs in the country that still exists. The club has its own polo team of course, but also offers lessons to the public.

The Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club welcomes visitors to watch Sunday games from May, through October. There is also quite the social scene at the Santa Barbara Polo Club, as Ian Filippini Santa Barbara has come to find out. The Polo Club is also a popular venue for weddings and other events.

To find out more about the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, please visit http://www.sbpolo.com/. To find out more about Ian Filippini Santa Barbara, please visit http://ianfilippinisantabarbara.com/ and http://ianfilippini.net/.

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Ian Filippini Santa Barbara Does A Fly Over Andree Clark Bird Refuge

Ian FIlippini bird refuge

Andree Clark Bird Refuge

If you live in Santa Barbara, there is a good chance that you have heard about the bird refuge. What you may not know is its full name which is the Andree Clark Bird Refuge. The Andree Clark Bird Refuge is located at 1400 East Cabrillo Blvd. and is known not only for the beautiful birds that live there, but also for the amazing running/biking/skating path that surrounds it (this is the part that Ian Filippini Santa Barbara enjoys the most).

The Andree Clark Bird Refuge is a man-made freshwater marsh and lake that is appropriately right next to the Santa Barbara Zoo. It is 48 acres of open space with 29 of those acres being the lake. There are three islands located within the lake that provide places for the birds to make their homes. Ian Filippini Santa Barbara loves the many opportunities there are for bird watching around the refuge.

There are over 200 species of birds that live in and around the bird refuge at any given time. There are also turtles and other wildlife that can be observed while on the trails around the bird refuge. To learn more about the Andree Clark Bird Refuge you can visit http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/parksrec/parks/features/passiveopenspaces/andreeclark.asp. To learn more about Ian Filippini Santa Barbara you can visit http://ianfilippinisantabarbara.co/ and http://www.slideshare.net/ianfilippini/.

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