morro bay national estuary program

Morro Bay Wildlife Spotlight: Balls of Spines (AKA Sea Urchins)

Morro Bay estuary with bat ray pits, Morro Bay National Estuary Program

Updates from the Field, December 2019: wildlife, staff changes, and restoration

Triopha Maculata Sun Salutation, photographed in Santa Cruz, CA by Robin Agarwal

Sea Clowning Around: Triopha maculata and Triopha catalinae, by Robin Agarwal

Field Updates November 2019: Eelgrass, wildlife sightings, weather

Exploring Abundance and Balance in the Morro Bay Estuary with Sea Otters, Whale Falls, and Bait Balls

Acanthodoris lutea nudibranch smells like citrus or cedar

A Sea Slug by Any Other Name, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

Looking down the descent from Broderson Peak. Photograph from

Family-Friendly Hikes Around Los Osos

The “Smalls”: The Teeniest, Tiniest Sea Slugs In California

Field Updates September, 2019: Stream Profiling and Bay Monitoring

Creeks to Coast Cleanup Success in Morro Bay