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.

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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