October 29, 2012
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This dramatic video is of two deer caught up in some old telephone line near Corralitos (not within the watershed). One of the bucks in the video is dead and the rescuer frees the other.
Here’s a link to whole story:
September 28, 2011
Working at the Elkhorn Slough has it’s benefits. Beyond the great staff and beautiful scenery, the wildlife sightings always remind us why we’re working so hard to conserve this special place. This week we were visited by a sweet little fawn.
These photos were taken by our Development Director, Lorili Toth.
May 11, 2011
Some sightings from a frequent contributor, May 5, 2011…
The deer was seen at 4:30pm at Whistlestop Lagoon.
The wild turkey was seen about 4:50 pm in the brush just below the spotting scopes. I heard something moving in the tall brush on the left as you climb to the scopes. Once the turkey spotted me, it ran out and crossed toward the road leading to the barn.