The summer-fall season has featured an unprecedented number of species from warmer climates; here are 6 that have been lured in by unusually warm water
Winter is fast approaching, but off Southern California the ocean is still unusually warm and attracting exotic visitors that in past years were far more […]Read More →
The ins and outs of freediving for your next tasty dinner
With the season for California spiny lobster open, now is the perfect time to get out there and grab yourself some of the most sought after crustaceans.Read More →
Extremely rare visitor, lured perhaps 1,000 miles north of typical range by unusually warm water, bumps fishing boat before swimming away
Tuna anglers were astonished Sunday to see a large whale shark swim alongside their boat. It's one of many rare visitors to SoCal waters this summer.Read More →
Bruce Meyer pans for gold fulltime; with state’s worst drought in recorded history, he and other prospectors are accessing spots previously impossible to reach
Sales of gold prospecting equipment at Pioneer Mining Supplies in Auburn, Calif., are up 20-25 percent because of the drought; spots are easier to access.Read More →
Inspiring us to explore our destination on foot and by board and bike
I considered what 'slow is fast' could mean while flipping through a recently released Patagonia book bearing this title.Read More →
Rare catches and sightings already are being made, and if this is anything like 1997-98 it will be a very interesting summer for anglers and scientists
Jack crevalle, pufferfish, hammerhead sharks, yellowfin tuna and mahi-mahi are among the 10 exotic fish El Niño might send to California.Read More →
These seasonal visitors are identifiable because of their peculiar appearance, and are crowd favorites whenever they're spotted
The 6 whales, dolphins to watch for off California, each with distinct markings, include four blue whales, a bottlenose dolphin, and a killer whaleRead More →
'It was the age of innocence'
Archival California surfing footage from Don 'Doc' James resurfaces after spending 50 years in a drawer.Read More →
These seasonal visitors are known for their peculiar markings, and are crowd favorites whenever they're spotted
The 5 whales, dolphins to watch for off California, each with distinct markings, include three blue whales, a bottlenose dolphin, and a killer whaleRead More →
Survey team finds that breeding areas in Mexico, normally bustling with nesting pairs, to be eerily deserted; scientist labels breeding season 'a bust'
Just when it seemed as though California brown pelicans were flourishing, having rebounded from near-extinction, the birds have suffered another blow.Read More →
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