The crew aboard the Elkhorn Slough Safari logged the biggest bird ever sighted when the U.S. Space Shuttle Endeavour did a fly by over the slough and Moss Landing. At about 10:50am this morning, the oversized bird was identified by all passengers on board. The escort jet plus 747 with the space shuttle attached was captured on camera by passenger Paul Romero who let us post his photo here on the blog.
See sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions and thousands of birds on california's second largest wetland: Elkhorn Slough. Our guided boat trip leaves daily from Moss Landing Califonia in the middle of Monterey Bay.
This blog on Elkhorn Slough is maintained by Capt. Yohn and his crew of naturalists and biologists.