Tag Archives: Elkhorn Slough

Spring has sprung, the grass has riz

By Jackie Lindsey, Vertebrate Ecology Lab We are just breaths away from the first day of spring, and the wildlife of Moss Landing, CA is in a flurry. High above the the heads of kayakers and sea otters in Elkhorn Slough, birds have started … Continue reading

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Journey to the Center of the Slough

by Catarina Pien, PSRC Lab If you’ve ever visited our lab, you’ve seen the beautiful waters surrounding us, often bobbing with a variety of marine mammals. The main body of water that surrounds Moss Landing Marine Laboratories is Elkhorn Slough, … Continue reading

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The Unseen Elkhorn Slough

By Gabriela Navas, Invertebrate Zoology Lab Every time you find yourself walking along the beautiful Elkhorn Slough, do you admire all you see? I guess we would have a conversation about the birds, crabs, even the occasional fish you may … Continue reading

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