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Part of getting out there and doing it, is enjoying the surroundings … cacti, pelicans, whales, dolphins, oh my!

Beach Safety

Beach hazards to watch out for and their treatment: jelly fish, sting rays and sea urchins

Bloomin Cacti

Those Bloomin’ Cacti

cacti flowerIn the desert, July showers bring overnight flowers. After weathering several thunderstorms, San Carlos is rewarded with a lush and vibrant landscape. The rains have brought the land back to life, and the hills are green and the cacti blooming.

Some part-time San Carlos residents are reluctant to be here in the summer due to the heat and humidity.

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Tide Pool Discovery

An excellent San Carlos pass time, especially with younger member of the family, is exploring tide pools. One of my favorite locations is by the Marina Terra Beach Club.The tide pools are created when the tide goes out, leaving seawater in isolated depressions in the rocks. Numerous colorful and interesting organisms call the tide pools home,

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San Carlos Bird Watching | Bird Watching in San Carlos Sonora Mexico

Bird Watching in San Carlos and Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico: discover local birding habitats and the birds that live there. Like Roseate Spoonbill, pelican, oriole, cardinal, roadrunner

Squid Studies: Scientists Seeking and Savoring Squid | Homboldt Squid in Sea of Cortez

Marine biologist William Gilly embarked on an expedition to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation-funded research vessel New Horizon.

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