central coast

Volunteer appreciation hike 2021

2021 Morro Bay National Estuary Program Volunteer Recognition

MORRO BAY WATERSHED NATIVE PLANT SERIES: Coast Live Oak Woodlands

First Flush Embarcadero

First Flush in the Morro Bay Watershed: What goes down the drain?

Hike from Home: Shark Inlet Hike

Sea Slug of the Month – Yellow Blobs of Awesomeness, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

A rainbow arches over Morro Rock on a February morning.

Photograph Friday: Morro Baycam Captures Rainbow, Moonset, and Noctilucent Cloud

Bernie Kurtz's painting, Morro Bay Estuary, was inspired by the view of the sun reflecting off the water and backlighting the brush. She painted it at the corner of Main St. and South Bay Boulevard in Morro Bay.

Local painters celebrate the Central Coast and give back to Morro Bay

Lexie Bell, Executive Director of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program.

From the Director’s Desk: Finding Inspiration on Morro Bay

Native Plant Series #4: Coast Live Oak Woodlands

Chorro Creek at Canet Road was at 6 feet on Thursday, January 19.

Photo Friday: Watching the Rain