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Morro Baycam: Live Video of Morro Bay Estuary

The Baycam watched on as rain moved over the Morro Bay estuary.

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like in Morro Bay while you’re at work or home? Are the pelicans diving? Are there whitecaps on the waves? Is it a good day for a walk out to Morro Rock? Or is that thick, wet fog rolling in? Whenever curiosity strikes, you can now visit MBNEP.org/baycam to get a live video-stream view of the wind, waves, birds, boats, those beautiful fall sunsets, and even the annual Lighted Boat Parade on that first Saturday in December! Live Video of Morro Bay Check out the live video below, bookmark the Morro Baycam …

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Photograph Friday: Morro Baycam Favorites Summer 2019

Today we’re sharing some of our favorite Morro Baycam photographs from this summer. Enjoy!       Subscribe to our weekly blog to have posts like this delivered to your inbox each week. Help us protect and restore the Morro Bay estuary! Donate to the Estuary Program today and support our work in the field, the lab, and beyond. The Estuary Program is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. We depend on funding from grants and generous donors to continue our work. Support us by purchasing estuary-themed gear from ESTERO. This locally owned and operated company donates 20% of proceeds from its Estuary clothing line and 100% of Estuary decal proceeds …

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

A rainbow arches over Morro Rock on a February morning.

    This Photograph Friday, we bring you some of our favorite photographs from this winter. Our Baycam captured boats and birds passing by, part of the lighted boat parade, a rainbow, and a fascinating weather phenomenon called a noctilucent cloud. (Scroll to the bottom of the post to watch a timelapse video that includes a moonset and the noctilucent cloud!) Boats Sunrise and Sunset Rain Cloud patterns Weather phenomena   Timelapse video Watch the timelapse video below to see the moon set, the sun rise, the afternoon roll by, and a rare noctilucent cloud flash across the sky just …

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