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Group DescriptionKQED's QUEST is a new 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 Elkhorn Slough with us, and we will link to them in one of our web-based science hikes under the " Visitor's Photos" tab:
See the Elkhorn Slough Exploration on the KQED QUEST website.
FYI - it may take a few minutes for your photos to be linked from KQED's QUEST website. Thanks for contributing!
About Elkhorn Slough
Elkhorn Slough is a jewel on California’s coastline and one of the 25 most significant biodiversity hotspots in the world. Its acreage is second in size only to the wetlands in the San Francisco Bay Area. While it offers a variety of rich habitats and vegetation for hundreds of species of birds, fish and other wildlife, it’s under constant threat from human activity, pollution and erosion.
This region is home to one of the largest populations of southern sea otters on the California coast. Still, their numbers today are but a fraction of what they were a few hundred years ago when they numbered well over 100,000 along the entire West Coast, from Alaska to Mexico. Hunters nearly wiped them out in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Today, federal law protects the otters from hunters, but they face other dangers nearly as deadly. More sea otters seem to be getting sick and researchers want to find out why.
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