Tag Archives: sea kayaking

Bay webcams 2019

Click Bay Webcams update  for 2020 views. This is an annual update of my post on the webcams around Monterey Bay (since they change regularly). These views are likely most useful to coast walkers, kayakers and paddleboarders. I’m starting in Monterey, then … Continue reading

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Elkhorn Slough birds

This continues my post on Elkhorn Slough during an incredible “We Paddle, You Photo” tour with Kayak Connection. This is a sampling of the bird photos I took on this trip. Since these shots were taken on the morning of Halloween, the last photo celebrates … Continue reading

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Elkhorn Slough mammals

Our local sloughs (pronounced slews) are precious coastal wetlands (once extensive along the California coast, now about only 10% remain). The largest is Elkhorn Slough (officially the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve). With partners, the Elkhorn Slough Foundation and other local individuals, groups … Continue reading

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Northern & Central California kayak visit

I recently received an email from a researcher, who studies climate impacts on birds in Sweden, asking for trip recommendations for an upcoming 10-day visit to California. As a biologist and kayaker, he said he was looking for “places where I could go for a … Continue reading

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