Protecting and Restoring the Morro Bay Estuary.
See what staff and volunteers have been working on in the field, including eelgrass restoration, creek monitoring, and more.
Read the first post from our new Be Sea otter Savvy blog series, written by Sea Otter Savvy’s Gena Bentall.
Robin Agarwal, co-editor of iNaturalist’s California Sea Slugs Guide, introduces some of Morro Bay’s most beautiful and lesser known inhabitants.
Sign up to join the Estuary Program on the Morro Bay sandspit as we participate in the county-wide Creeks to Coast Cleanup for International Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 21.
People who join our kayak tours on Morro Bay are often awestruck by the beauty of the bay. Their appreciation deepens as we discuss the complexity and fragility of this amazing ecosystem and how the Morro Bay National Estuary Program is working to study, enhance, and improve the natural systems of the bay.”
John Flaherty, Owner of Central Coast Outdoors
The Morro Bay National Estuary Program works to protect and restore Morro Bay and its watershed by conducting monitoring and research to track the health of the estuary, repairing natural habitats to protect water quality and wildlife, and educating residents and visitors on how to be good stewards of the bay.
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