Meetin’ some mammals… part 7…(Or): You otter behave yourself…

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Yes, yet again I stopped, on my way down the California coast, after my adventures in the Bay Area and a brief stop to help out with my cousin’s kids in Santa Cruz, in Morro Bay, to see the sea otters.

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You should try to see some sea otters. They are another mammal that is hard to get close to… because that water is cold.

a-3This time I didn’t see any babies riding on their mother’s tummies. Wrong time of the year. Everybody was just munching on kelp.

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Because I got up so early… in order to take some pictures of the sunrise for you… the moon was still up.

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I think that is called a ‘raft’ of otters… but feel free to Google that. I could be wrong.

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The zoom lens is so cool. I love the moon picture, and there are some pelicans and seagulls, just hanging out across the bay.

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I highly suggest a visit to Morro Bay.

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I stopped along Highway One to take these pictures. Morro Bay has that huge rock and the factory with the giant smoke stacks. And it is famous as a bird-watching site.

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But it is a lovely little town, and you can see sea otters.

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3 Responses to Meetin’ some mammals… part 7…(Or): You otter behave yourself…

  1. Elyse says:

    Oh, thanks. I do love otters.

  2. Pingback: Meetin’ some mammals… part 7…(Or): You otter behave yourself… — Pouring My Art Out | gramirezblog

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