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If you enjoy Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, there are a few other places within a two-hour drive that you might also want to explore:
The Monterey Bay Aquarium has a wonderful selection of intertidal animals on display, plus large tanks that let you observe life in deeper, sub-tidal waters.
The Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab in Santa Cruz is a smaller-scale aquarium where you can learn about ongoing research, tour exhibit halls, and meet animals in touch tanks.
Ano Nuevo State Park is one of the few places on earth you can can closely observe northern elephant seals. On recent field trips there our volunteer naturalists have also seen sea otters and coyotes.
If you browse through back issues of our newsletter, you’ll see frequent references to the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA, where marine mammals rescued from our beaches are nursed back to health.
The web site http://sfbaywildlife.info/index.htm offers information about wildlife watching and ecotourism throughout the bay area.