Elkhorn Slough

Last week I spent a few hours out on boat on  an Elkhorn Slough Safari with friends from my volunteer organization, the EMQ Auxiliary.

Elkhorn Slough is one of California’s largest wetlands and part of a National Estuarine Reserve located in central Monterey Bay, California, just a short trip from the Monterey Peninsula and the Santa Cruz area.

On the Slough one sees a fantastic variety of wildlife such as playful sea otters, curious harbor seals, sea lions, hundreds of species of birds and so much more.  I had a wonderful time photographing the animals and birds!

Click on a photo to enlarge and scroll through all of the images.

 

About Susan Gutterman

I am an amateur photographer and occasional blogger, living in northern California. I also enjoy reading, walking, traveling, volunteering and spending time with my family and my yellow lab, Gabby.
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3 Responses to Elkhorn Slough

  1. Dsle Bates says:

    Good pictures, fun dat.

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  2. Lovely photographs of the seals especially :o)

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  3. Hi Susan, Thank you for following my blog. Wow. Great wildlife photos in the Elkhorn Slough. I adore Sea Otters. I’m looking forward to reading more of your blog.
    Donna

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