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Conservation-related Organizations  -  Morro Bay


Morro Bay, CA, due to its natural beauty, is the center for many conservation-related organizations

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To report injured wildlife in San Luis Obispo County, CA call Pacific Wildlife Care at 805-543-WILD, or, if you find a stranded marine mammal -- call The Marine Mammal Center at 415-289-SEAL and see What to do

More on Pacific Wildlife Care: "Pacific Wildlife Care is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization on the central California coast.  We are comprised of individuals trained to rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.  We handle hundreds of animals yearly.  Our success is solely dependent on memberships and donations.  Pacific Wildlife Care is an organization of volunteers licensed by both the California Department of Fish & Game and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to rehabilitate and return to the wild.  That is our goal!"

Excursion up Morro Rock for Banding of Peregrine Falcon chicks May 14, 2001 by Brian Latta (bio) of the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group

Photos from an excursion to the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse 12-2-03

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation five-star restoration matching grants program

California CoastWatcher August 2005 is published and available for your review at www.coastwatcher.org.  This month CW features articles on the Coastal Commission's decision to reject a proposed extension of oil and gas offshore drilling leases in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties.  In addition, the Commission denied a resort proposed in Malibu in order to protect Solstice Creek, and ordered that the Trancas Homeowners Association at Broad Beach cease and desist from using ATVs and armed guards to harass the public to prevent beach access.  Those stories, quotes, news briefs and more...

Bay Nature is an excellent quarterly magazine dedicated to the intelligent and joyful exploration of the natural places of the San Francisco Bay - relevant for Morro Bay residents - subscribe to the print edition, or read online for free.