Moss Landing Birding

Derek Keats · 15 December 2016

You are not yet enrolled in this course.

Course Description

This is not a real course, it’s purpose is to test the system and make sure that everything is working. While we build the system, we will be using this course to test features. If you wish to, you are more than welcome to pop in here and see what we are up to.

Even though this is a test course, Moss Landing is real, and it is one of the most special places that I have ever gone for bird photography. The town is located 24 km north-northeast of Monterey, California in the USA. It is located on the shore of Monterey Bay, where Elkhorn Slough makes an estuary as it flows into Monterey Bay. Elkhorn Slough is a 11 km long tidal wetland on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. It used to be the mouth of a river, but has become stagnant because tectonic activity cut off the river’s source. There are over 350 species of bird that are present or migrate through the area annually, and it is also one of the best spots in the world to see sea otters.

Key concepts covered include:

  • About Moss Landing
  • Key birding areas
  • Habitats
  • Typical species
  • Tour of the birds

Risus vitae laoreet dictum, turpis dolor rhoncus nulla, in placerat dolor felis ut mi. Morbi mattis elit eget mauris semper, quis ullamcorper velit facilisis.

About Instructor

+2 enrolled
Not Enrolled

Course Includes

  • 3 Lessons
  • 5 Topics