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The Predatory Snail Navanax of ElkhornSlough


Always incredible discoveries in the shallows of Elkhorn Slough. The predatory sea slug, Navanax was noticed by one of our young clients on a private guided family outing today. 57 more words

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5/5/2016: Photographing Elkhorn Slough

It was a gloomy day but Elkhorn Slough has incredible diversity and it was worth the short walk at Kirby Park to explore the area. 38 more words


Kayaking with Sea Otter Pups: Elkhorn Slough

Every where you turn, we are seeing mother and pup sea otters as we paddle Moss Landing Harbor and into Elkhorn Slough. It’s such an amazing time to be on the water despite the afternoon winds. 62 more words

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"Eyelashes" and "Rudolph"

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“Eyelashes” the Humpback Whale 05/01/16 Monterey Bay

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Moss Landing, California has quickly become one of my favorite spots to go for viewing wildlife. 566 more words

Kayaking Field Trip: Elkhorn Slough


Our group of Mt Modonna Students were thrilled to learn about the California Sea Hare during our kayaking field trip to Elkhorn Slough. Sea hares, a large marine slug can emit a midly toxic purple dye as a defense. 90 more words


Spring has sprung, the grass has riz

By Jackie Lindsey, Vertebrate Ecology Lab

We are just breaths away from the first day of spring, and the wildlife of Moss Landing, CA is in a flurry.  439 more words

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