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092 - Wildlife Refuges--San Francisco Bay, California
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Photograph America Newsletter on Wildlife Refuges--San Francisco Bay, California
 
California's Sacramento River Delta flows into the San Francisco Bay to form the largest estuarine ecosystem on the entire Pacific coast of both North and South America. Scattered along the shoreline of the San Francisco Bay and the Delta are many wildlife refuges and ecological preserves covering much of the shoreline. From November through January, millions of water birds arrive from their northern breeding grounds. Some of the refuges are remote and hard to find, and others fill the narrow spaces between the waters of the bay and populated communities. In this newsletter, I reveal some of my favorite places to photograph around the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Updated - March 2015 / with color photos

California’s Sacramento River Delta flows into the San Francisco Bay to form the largest estuarine ecosystem on the west coast of both North and South America. Scattered along the shoreline of the San Francisco Bay and the Delta are many wildlife refuges and ecological preserves. From November through January, millions of water birds arrive from their northern breeding grounds.
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Locations
  • Adobe Creek Loop Trail
  • Alviso Marina
  • The Bay Trail
  • China Camp
  • Cosumnes River Preserve Visitor Center
  • Cosumnes River Walk Loop Trail
  • Coyote Point Museum
  • Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Refuge
  • Drawbridge
  • Duck Pond Loop
  • Hayward Regional Shoreline
  • Hudeman Slough
  • Lower Tubbs Island Refuge
  • Lost Slough Wetlands Trail
  • Marshlands Road Visitor Center
  • Palo Alto Baylands
  • Rush Creek Trail
  • San Pablo Bay
  • San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
  • San Francisco Bay
  • Skaggs Island
  • Tubbs Island