The Coastodian, run by Richard James* up in Marin County, has some shots of the killer whale that recently washed up at Pt. Reyes National Seashore.
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Orca at Point Reyes Beach – ©Richard James Photography
*Who has a campaign against plastic bottles.
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These fellows appear to be enjoying a quiet moment at the otherwise busy Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco. Do some animals display a same-sex preference?
Anyway, look for these California sea lions yourself the next time you’re around Pier 39. You know, this is their season in San Francisco. Read up on their storied history here.
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