Blog Posts

EXO3 sonde in use at a creek site

Field Updates April 2022: Exploring Water Quality Data

Volunteer planting a native plant at Sweet Springs

Native Garden at Sweet Springs Supports Pollinators

A California Red-legged frog. Copyright Morro Bay National Estuary Program

Gearing Up for Spring Bioassessment Monitoring at the Estuary Program

Meet Our New Executive Director and Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Hollister Peak rises behind a flooded section of Chorro Creek at the Chorro Creek Ecological Reserve floodplain project site

Chorro Creek Ecological Reserve Floodplain Restoration Project Performs Well During Storms

Bilingual Coloring and Activity Books Bring Marine Protected Areas to Life with Augmented Reality

Mike, a Dawn Patrol volunteer, records dissolved oxygen measurements while sampling in the Front Bay.

Field Updates February 2022: An Update on Estuary Health

Great egrets and snowy egrets gather in the Morro Bay estuary's saltmarsh to feed.

Photograph Friday: Three reasons to love Morro Bay and all our estuaries

Field Updates January 2022: Understanding Continuous Water Quality Data