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Some of your readers may be interested in watching a video I made that documents a great blue heron catching 4 gophers in a row. v=na El LC53t Vs&list=UU_vg98d0dk WGUjro Sx Fuf9w&feature=share&index=5 I filmed this event on March 17, 2012 at Miller Knox Regional Park in Pt.
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The new Sea Lion Center, operated and managed by Aquarium of the Bay, is a hub for all things sea lion, including interactive displays, educational videos and many fascinating presentations led by Aquarium of the Bay Naturalists.
Crissy Field cam This installation was made possible in part by the contributions of the San Francisco Boardsailing Association.
A good spot to see them is along the Embarcadero, but a better spot is at one of the waterfront bars along the Embarcadero...
though you’ll have to throw down some cash for your drink. Pretend you’re in Napa at a Fat Grape Winery tasting Take a mini-escape for the afternoon and head over to Fat Grape Winery on Treasure Island for a free tasting.
‘Fog Bridge’ at Piers 15 & 17 A permanent (and free!
) installation from the Exploratorium, water is pumped at high pressure through more than 800 nozzles lining the bridge, to create an immersive environment where you're shrouded in mist. Watch the Bay Lights The light sculpture now shines permanently from dusk to dawn.
Adult females often remain near rookeries year-round, whereas males and juvenile females move north after the breeding season.
The number of sea lions at PIER 39 typically increases after the first week of August.
The gophers on this fateful day may have been more vulnerable than usual due to partial flooding of their burrows after the recent rains.