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Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
(Los Angeles Sectional, Los Angeles Terminal Area Chart)

map of channel islands
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Channel Islands regulations prohibit disturbing marine mammals or seabirds by flying motorized aircraft at less than 1,000 feet over the waters within one nautical mile of any Island, except to engage in kelp bed surveys or to transport persons or supplies to or from an Island. Failure to maintain a minimum altitude of 1,000 feet above ground level over such waters is presumed to disturb marine mammals or seabirds 15 CFR Part 922.72(a)(7).

Click here for an "excerpt" of the FAA Los Angeles Sectional Aeronautical Chart (excerpt is not intended for navigational purposes).

Click here for a complete and up to date Los Angeles Sectional Chart and Los Angeles Terminal Area.

Learn more about Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary regulations.

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