Visiting one of our local waterways, Elkhorn Slough

Visiting one of our local waterways. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay. It’s not a shantyboat but, were it not so late, I would’ve dropped the canoe in. #canoe #paddling #elkhornslough

1 comment for “Visiting one of our local waterways, Elkhorn Slough

  1. Paul Sosbee
    September 27, 2019 at 8:46 am

    I love cruising up Elkhorn slough, its where they keep litterally ALL the sea otters, dozens of em, maybe hundreds. The seabirds rest on the banks, lined up in rows, egrets, pelicans, gulls, sandpipers, plovers, and every other bird you can imagine. Being a tidal channel the water level varies greatly, and on a King Tide the water infiltrates the parking lot at Kirby park. (nice little secret boat launch you can use for free)

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