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Salinas River State Beach

Salinas River State Beach is a beach at the Salinas River mouth, located at the south end of Moss Landing, California.

It can be accessed from the Potrero exit off of Highway 1, in Moss Landing. It is part of the 99 miles of Monterey County coastline.

Features

Visitors to this beach come for nature watching, beach combing, fishing, photography, and taking a walk, rather than swimming or surfing. It contains the remnants of a half sunken barge. Water conditions are often adverse; the temperature is too low, the waves are too strong, and the surf is unpredictable. In addition, there are no lifeguards present.[1]

Ecology

Among the species found on the beach and its dunes are, but not limited to, California brown pelican, red-tailed hawk, American kestrel, western snowy plover, western gull, black phoebe, western scrub-jay, California towhee, and white-crowned sparrow.[2]

References

  1. ^ Salinas River State Beach in Monterey County California, accessed November 25, 2009
  2. ^ Salinas River SB, accessed November 25, 2009



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