Photograph Friday

A tiny opalescent nudibranch sits on top of an eelgrass blade at low tide. Wildlife

Photograph Friday: Wild Looking Wildlife Spotted in Morro Bay’s Eelgrass

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

In the heavy rains of March 2018, the willows and other plants in the restored flood plain at Twin Bridges along with the wide expanse of salt marsh at the waters edge gave the rushing runoff a place to slow down and sink in. Without these natural spaces, flood waters continue on toward the bay in full force and the possibility of increased erosion and damage to infrastructure rises.

Photograph Friday: drought and big storms around the Morro Bay estuary

Photograph Friday: Appreciating Our Corner of the Earth

Heavy machinery for regrading.

Floodplain Restoration Project Sneak Peek in Photographs

Mystery species number 3

Photograph Friday: Morro Bay Mystery Species Contest

Red willow grow in and along many of our local creek banks. They help stabilize the creek banks, reducing erosion.

Photograph Friday: Native Trees Around the Morro Bay Estuary

Photograph Friday: Elfin Forest

Sunsets over the bay can be bring both bright light and an abundance of long shadows.

Photograph Friday: Baycam Favorites from Summer and Fall 2018

A coyote stands, alert, in a field at El Chorro Regional Park.

Photograph Friday: Predators and Prey Around Morro Bay