Blog Posts

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

CHORRO CREEK ECOLOGICAL RESERVE: FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

A steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) was captured from the Chorro Creek sub-watershed and measured before safely being released back into the water.

Field Updates December 2021: Water Quality Monitoring and Local Steelhead Populations

Nick, our new Monitoring Coordinator, carefully sifts through eelgrass wrack and green algae to count eelgrass shoots at State Park Marina.

Happy New Year: Your Top Blog Posts of 2021

California King Tides Project: Photograph the Future January 1–3, 2022

From the Director’s Desk: Stepping Down and Gratitude for Our Community

Eelgrass monitoring_landscape_with person_Morro Bay National Estuary Program

EELGRASS HABITAT REBOUNDING IN MORRO BAY ESTUARY

Morro Rock and a dense eelgrass bed at sunset

Field Updates November 2021: Eelgrass Monitoring Behind the Scenes

Great Hiking and Walking Trails Around the Morro Bay Estuary