chorro creek

Field Updates May 2022: Bioassessment Season Highlights 

CHORRO CREEK ECOLOGICAL RESERVE: FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

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Continuous Water Temperature Monitoring in Our Creeks

Two members from the Watershed Stewards Program lay out eelgrass blades on a white board for counting and photographing.

Field updates April & May 2019: Monitoring Eelgrass and Creek Health

Sacramento pikeminnow are a non-native voracious predator found in Chorro Creek. This pikeminnow is an adult that is about 20 inches long.

Chorro Creek: home to steelhead and voracious non-native pikeminnow

Watershed Stewards Program members Melia and Doug work on counting the number of eelgrass shoots within a 0.5m by 0.5m area.

Field Updates December 2018: Eelgrass, Wildlife Sightings, Creeks, and Rainfall Totals

Field Updates October 2018: bioassessment scouting, Pismo Preserve, sharing data, and getting ready for rain

January Field Updates, 2017