Elkhorn Slough

Elkhorn Slough is one of the largest and last remaining coastal wetlands in California. It is one of only 28 National estuarine reserves in the US. Located at the center of Monterey Bay, it is home to all kinds of wildlife - otters, sea lions, 350 species of birds, fish and hundreds of invertebrates. In 2008 it was also designated as a marine protected area.


Primary audience:
General public, teachers, kids, etc
“Elkhorn Slough” was created to help educate people about the countless activities available at the slough.
Produced by Mountain and Sea Productions. Directed and shot by Kip Evans. Script by Jenny Carless . Edited by Robyn Hutman. Narrated by Sadie Waddington
Web, limited DVD distribution
Where to get it:

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1wY0eUt-qk

You can also request a DVD from the California Marine Sanctuary Foundation.