Habitats of Orange County
Orange County is filled with a variety of diverse habitats from the Santa Ana Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. As part of our mission, OC Habitats strives to bring awareness and education to the public on these habitats and the species therein. From the chaparral covered hills to the coastal sand dunes and tidepools we explore the importance of these habitats to those that reside in them but to the overall balance of nature within the Orange County area.
In 2020, we launched the first of our habitat video series, The Native Habitats of Orange County. This video is a short film that gives an overview of Orange County and introduces the many habitats we encounter everyday. Subsequent videos are in progress to give more detail of each of the main habitats and issues that Orange County faces as population rises and climate change issues increase.
We hope you enjoy the show.
OC Habitats is working on a series of coloring pages that go along with our habitat video series and habitat education programs. Please click the link above for the most recent coloring page produced by OCH's very own artist, Olivia Richardson. You can click and download the picture and print and color. If you are so inclined, we would LOVE to see your completed work. Send a scan of your page to and we may display your work RIGHT HERE!