Tags » Tule Elk

Pt Reyes Lighthouse-South Beach-Tule Elk

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

View the entire Google Web Album

From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches to its open grasslands, brushy hillsides, and forested ridges, Point Reyes offers visitors over 1500 species of plants and animals to discover. 1,878 more words

Marin County

Tomales Bay California

We’re hunkered down in our heat wave, trying to stay cool. We have the Pacific Gas and Electric deal where we get a discount all year if we agree to pay four times as much on designated days during peak hours (when it’s HOT). 340 more words

Photography

Elk Calves Getting Bigger; Point Reyes National Seashore

The elk calves are getting noticeably bigger and the spots on the older ones are becoming somewhat muted.  If you like to see spotted elk calves and deer fawns, you should get out to Point Reyes soon. 14 more words

Elk Calves; Point Reyes National Seashore

I’m biased in favor of predators. That’s why when I’m at Point Reyes I’m always looking for bobcats and coyotes.  If I’m lucky, maybe I’ll spot a badger.   149 more words

A Saturday Adventure

I spent some time along the coast on Saturday. We stopped in San Francisco to take some pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge from a direction not seen often. 150 more words

Photography

Big Critters ... And A Magpie

Elk at Tule Elk National Wildlife Refuge. Once estimated to have a population of fewer than 30, these unique Tule elk now number more than 4,000. 140 more words

Photography

Pt. Reyes Tule Elk and Lichens

Yesterday we spent Friday at Pt. Reyes. We spent most of the time near the north end of the road to the Tomales Pt. trailhead. The Tule Elk were closer to road than usual which made for nice viewing and photography. 73 more words

Animals