Category Archives: gray whale

10th Anniversary of MBOSC

This year marks the 10th anniversary of MBOSC. In honor of the 10th anniversary, I would like to share this article by Keith Kelsen (the founder of MBOSC and the first President) on the beginning of MBOSC. Enjoy! MBOSC – … Continue reading

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The Big Picture

I’ve been spending a lot of time in Google Earth these days. For years I have wanted to catalog every mountain bike trail and large land parcels in GE so I can plan for new trails systems and look at … Continue reading

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Meat the Beetles

Chris Spohrer – an Ecologist for the SC district of State Parks – contacted me the other day to let me know about the annual migration of the Ohlone Tiger Beetles. In Graywhale Ranch at this time of year there … Continue reading

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MBOSC Meeting: Gray Whale Status

On Wed Jan 11, 2006 we had a meeting with Kirk Lingenfelter (Sector Superintendent, Pajaro Coast Sector, CA State Parks) and Joseph Connors (Supervising Ranger, Wilder Ranch, CA SP). The topic of discussion was about opening the Gray Whale trails … Continue reading

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What Happened to the Gray Whale Trails Process?

The readers digest summary… For those of you who need a history lesson, there were a number of trails which were recommended to be opened by the Gray Whale Advisory Committee (GWAC) – a group of concerned trail users and … Continue reading

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