The following is an article written by Jeanne Jackson for her blog Mendonoma Sightings where she documents the wildlife, the land, and the waters of our coast.
Black-tailed Deer do swim, and they are occasionally seen in the Gualala River. Paul Brewer recently photographed four Does wading in the river.
Perhaps they were thirsty! The Gualala River looks beautiful now. Look how blue that water is!
Thanks to Paul for allowing me to share his photos with you here. To see much more of Paul’s nature photography, here is the link: http://www.capturingnatureswonders.com/
It is a lovely day here on the Mendonoma Coast. Gentle breezes, temps in the 70s and the fog has been pushed way back. We are in for a warming trend for the next four or five days.
How Can You Support the Efforts of Mendonoma Sightings?
- Buy Jeanne Jackson’s book Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year here. The 270-page, full-color documentation of our coast’s beauty would make for a great gift or coffee table conversation piece.
- Jeanne Jackson has also written two children’s books: Sunny Loves Spring on the California Coast and Sunny Loves Summer on the California Coast. These playful children’s books were written to instill within children a love of nature. Jackson will be publishing the other two seasons this year. Those books can be purchased at http://sunnylovesnature.com/
- Check out Craig Tooley’s incredible photography of our coastline here. Buy some prints of his photos, get them framed, and bring the Mendonoma coast home.
- “Follow” and “Like” the Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year Facebook page for direct access to Jackson’s dispatches of life on Mendonoma.
- If you have your own Mendonoma Sighting, contact Jeanne Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your narrative and photograph so she can document the experience.