Sea otters, coastal cleanup, and a love letter

by on September 17, 2012

Aren't you glad this stuff is no longer on the beach? Photo by Luxomedia. Aren't you glad this stuff is no longer on the beach? Photo by Luxomedia.

Happy Monday! Here’s your nature news digest.
  • Central coast sea otter population is plateauing. Could it be because of their specialized diet? [KQED]
  • When Santa Rosa slashed parks budget, retiree became one park’s ad hoc gardener. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
  • 50% of Coastal Cleanup trash picked up in SF was recycled. [San Francisco Chronicle]
  • California Coastal Cleanup nets 340 tons of trash. Prize for most unusual item: an old love letter found on Kehoe Beach. [San Jose Mercury News]
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