Category Archives: wildlife

Collection of underwater videos from recent years: Underwater Maui, Hawaii Ice Diving Lake Minnewanka, Canada Pt. Lobos State Reserve, Carmel, California Central Coast, California Ballbuster, Monertey Bay, California Pt. Lobos State Reserve, Carmel, California Sonoma County Coast, Northern California

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Peregrine Falcon, a resident of the Sonoma County Coast while they love to eat pigeons, on the coast shore birds are the meal of choice. This is a pretty typical spot for a Peregrine to hang out waiting for prey.

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4 islands and one rock in 3 days of diving. Highlight was diving the challenging waters around Kanaha Rock looking for palegics and an hour later diving with wild dolphins off Lanai. Mala Wharf is as amazing as almost any of the other dive spots with sharks, rays, turtles, frog fish and just about any […]

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At the mouth of the Elkhart Slough in Moss Landing, California a sea otter floats on his back cleaning himself. With 250,000 million hairs per square inch, they spend a lot more time grooming especially since their fur is the only thing keeping them warm in the cold Pacific waters.

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Giant Trevally aka Jack, the reef marauders. These fish can be up to 200lbs in size and basically are the bully’s of the reef. As soon as I saw them heading my way I settled down and held still as they literally came up to my face mask to let me know whose hood I […]

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This is Stillwater Cove Regional Park in Sonoma County. Wonder what lies under the water here? Dirona albolineata aka “White lined Dirona” is a nudbranch aka seaslug. Unlike their brothers from a different mother on land, these ocean going slugs are gorgeous. Nudibranchs are found all over the worlds ocean and come in more colors […]

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The Common Murres migrate to these nearshore rocks just off Yaquina Head on the Oregon Coast to hatch their offspring. There was a time when humans posed the greatest threat to these birds and their habitat but now Bald Eagles have grown in number in recent years and find easy meals here of the young […]

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