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The boat ramp was also inundated by the high water.

Help Scientists See the Future in King Tides

Giving Thanks at the Morro Bay National Estuary Program

Water levels in the salt marsh depend on the tides. Here, California horn snails are visible in a pool left behind as the tide went out.

Photo Friday: Focus on Water

Here, Shane places the quadrat at meter 75 of our 150-meter transect.

October Field Updates, 2016

Karen stands at Windy Cove.

2016 Volunteers of the Year

The whole crew celebrates their work and Coastal Cleanup Day.

Coastal Cleanup Day on the Morro Bay Sandspit

iNaturalist: Bringing Technology and Nature Together in Morro Bay

Save the date for DogFest 2016

Estuary Program staff complete a habitat assessment during a bioassessment survey in 2015.

Spring Bioassessment – Join the Team!

An Update on Microbeads and Ocean Pollution