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Reclaiming Wildness ~ Elkhorn Slough

We collect train parts as they fall off in Kirby Park at the tip of the Elkhorn Slough, by that old wood trestle or sometimes further South in the reserve. 1,448 more words


Almost Extinct

In the 1700’s and 1800’s sea otters were hunted almost to extinction by fur traders. ¬†They gained protection with the International Fur Seal Treaty of 1911 and their numbers have slowly recovered. ¬† 34 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Kayaking Adventures Elkhorn Slough


Blue Water Ventures offers naturalist-ledadventures world wide. We lead kayaking trips in Central California, The Sierras, Baja, Belize, British Virgin Islands and Tonga where we snorkel with humpback whales. 84 more words


Kayaking in Elkhorn Slough


During our naturalist-led kayaking trips in Elkhorn Slough, we discuss what lives both above and below this rich ecological wetland area. The eelgrass beds are expanding due to an interplay among three Slough species. 229 more words


Sea Kayaking Tours~Elkhorn Slough


Our Blue Water adventures are planned according to the tides, not a bad way to live at all! The recent extreme high and low tides, rain or shine have offered some true adventures along our California Coast. 50 more words

Monterey Bay


Blue Water Ventures offers customized naturalist-led field trips in California, Central America and the Caribbean. As environmental educators, we believe in hands on learning experiences using the outdoors as our classroom. 262 more words


Schools~Kayaking with Sea Otters in Elkhorn Slough


Winter is truly an outstanding time to kayak among the seals and sea otters of Elkhorn Slough. Blue Water Ventures offers naturalist-led adventures through out the year. 224 more words

Marine Science