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Group DescriptionKQED's QUEST is a multimedia series about the people behind San Francisco Bay Area science and environmental issues and how their work is changing the way we live.
Share and discuss your photos of the Lower Russian River with us, and we will link to them in one of our web-based science hikes under the " Visitor's Photos" tab:
See the Lower Russian River Exploration on the KQED QUEST website.
FYI - it may take a few hours for your photos to be linked from KQED's QUEST website. Thanks for contributing!
About the Lower Russian River
The Russian River originates in the redwood forests of Mendocino County and winds its way gently south thorough Sonoma County. One of the wildest spots on the main stem of the Russian River is towards the end, near its mouth. Here the waters widen, fresh water mixing with the tidal flows of the ocean, and the influences of two dynamic ecosystems merge.
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- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe