Sea Otter Conservation Workshop VIII

Sea Otter Conservation Workshop VIII

Michael J. Murray also contributed to this piece. From Friday afternoon March 22 through Sunday March 24 sea otter conservationists, researchers, veterinarians, trainers, program managers, graduate students, field workers, advocates and others folks met at the Seattle Aquarium and discussed all things sea otter. The total group of around 80 people at any one time […]

As Salmon Season Re-Opens, Anglers Urged to Go Slow in Elkhorn Slough

Speeding boats could put threatened marine mammals in harm’s way.   Anglers will be in a hurry to head out into Monterey Bay early on Saturday, April 6, when recreational salmon season re-opens. But with large numbers of sea otters continuing to reside in the Moss Landing area, particularly a group near the north jetty, […]

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About is dedicated to raising awareness about California's threatened sea otters and the role research plays in the species recovery and conservation. It's a collaboration of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, U.C. Santa Cruz, U.C. Davis, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, among others. is also home of the world's first HD live stream of southern sea otters in the wild.