Monday, April 13, 2015

Ducks not Decoys

More than 90% of California's wetlands have been degraded or destroyed. The remaining wetlands provide home, nesting and food for over 350 bird species including 26 whose survival is in danger. Over 200 species live here year round- the others use it as a stop on the globally important Pacific Flyway.

"There are over 800 acres of wetland in Watsonville along the central coast- it is important to birds, mammals, fish, insects, etc and hopefully people!" 
This image was submitted by Pat S in Watsonville California.