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Catch it now! Our friends at SeaOtters.com just added a live stream of their wild otter cam on Facebook. Earlier this morning we counted 20 otters in plain view! The cam was created thanks in part to your donations.
Want to watch sea otters live in the wild? SeaOtters.com just launched live streaming, every day of the year, from nearby Elkhorn Slough.
Go now: http://seaotters.com/live/
Get ready to watch live otters in the wild anytime from your computer! We’re happy to announce the campaign to build a live web cam in Elkhorn Slough reached its Kickstarter goal. Thanks to those that supported the campaign.
It’s National Estuaries Day! Why not celebrate with a visit to nearby Elkhorn Slough? Learn more and help conserve the Slough: http://www.elkhornslough.org/
How’d you like to see this everyday, from your computer? Just two days left to support a campaign to build a live web cam in Elkhorn Slough!
How do you care for, tag and study “feisty” sea otters in nearby Elkhorn Slough? Watch our own Dr. Mike Murray at work in this fascinating portrait in the “Santa Cruz Sentinel.” (Dan Coyro/Santa Cruz Sentinel)
Life in the slough—it’s a nice place to be….