Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Monday, May 15, 2006
Photo: Field Education Intern Dennis with a sea hare.
Research and education in the estuaries and the inter-tidal zone of the upper Gulf of California continues as warm spring temperature embrace the region. Oyster Catchers and the protected Least Terns are nesting in Estero Morua and strong winds brought the carcass of a whale to Playa Miramar.
The warm water has led many invertebrates to reproduce, like the California Sea Hares which can be seen during low tides around their pink spaghetti egg masses. Snails can also be seen laying eggs on the underside of basalt boulders.
Naturalists Marilyn Malone and Betty Hupp have been regulars on CEDO tidepool tours and are going to publish a field guide that focuses on the inter-tidal organisms of Puerto Peñasco.
Students from a teachers’ college in Mexicali spent two days engaging in environmental education activities and local high school students stopped by to get ideas for CEDO’s water conservation contest.
Monday, May 08, 2006
BOAT FOR SALE - 1976 Wellcraft 24’ Airslot Cabin Cruiser
Motor: 1989 2-stroke (6cycl) 225 HP Evinrude. Electronics: Lowrance GlobalNav 310 GPS & Uniden MC 1010 Marine Radio. New pump kit, control box, speedometer, tachometer & voltmeter, water pressure, trim & fuel gauges, switches, etc.
If interested, call CEDO at 520-829-4501, in Rocky Point: 382-0115 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've just finished getting our webcam put together and will have it online this week!