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Cottontail - Brush Rabbit Photos
Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Mainly inhabits coastal chaperral areas prefering dense brushy cover.
species: Sylvilagus bachmani
photo-id: RAB-001 request pricing

Cottontail - Brush Rabbit Images
Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
The Brush Rabbit is smaller than most other cottontails at about ten inches in length.
species: Sylvilagus bachmani
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Stock photography of Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Not a true cottontail as the underside of its tail is gray rather than white.
species: Sylvilagus bachmani
photo-id: RAB-003 request pricing

Cottontail - Brush Rabbit Pictures
Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Fur color is variable from light grey to tan and brown underside is always white.
species: Sylvilagus bachmani
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Stock photos of Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Cottontail - Brush Rabbit
Mainly inhabits coastal chaperral areas prefering dense brushy cover.
species: Sylvilagus bachmani
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Pictures of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Stock images of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Pollution - Sewage & Trash Stock Photography
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Pollution - Sewage & Trash Photos
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Pollution - Sewage & Trash Images
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
photo-id: POL-103 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
photo-id: POL-104 request pricing Google Earth

Pollution - Sewage & Trash Pictures
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
photo-id: POL-105 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
photo-id: POL-106 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
photo-id: POL-107 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Market Squid in Egg Cases
Market Squid in Egg Cases
Color is variable turns to brown or dark brown when stressed. Length to about 11 inches.
species: Loligo opalescens
photo-id: SQD-037 request pricing Google Earth

South Bay Salt Works Stock Photography
South Bay Salt Works
A mountain of salt is reflected on the surface of an evaporation pond.
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South Bay Salt Works Photos
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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South Bay Salt Works Images
South Bay Salt Works
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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Stock photography of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
A mountain of salt is reflected on the surface of an evaporation pond.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Pictures
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock photos of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Pictures of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock images of South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Stock Photography
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Photos
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
photo-id: SSB-010 request pricing Google Earth

California Brown Pelican Images
California Brown Pelican
species: Pelecanus occidentalis
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Stock photography of California Brown Pelican in Flight
California Brown Pelican in Flight
species: Pelecanus occidentalis
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Ring-Billed Gull in Flight Pictures
Ring-Billed Gull in Flight
Likely the most common Gull in North America. Often found inland around lakes and streams.
species: Larus delawarensis
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Stock photos of Ring-Billed Gull in Flight
Ring-Billed Gull in Flight
species: Larus delawarensis
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Pictures of Imperial Beach Banner
Imperial Beach Banner
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Stock images of Imperial Beach Banner
Imperial Beach Banner
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Imperial Beach Pier Stock Photography
Imperial Beach Pier
The original Imperial Beach pier was built in 1909. It was constructed to generate electricity from wave action for the town. The massive machinery located on the end of the pier was called the Edwards Wave Motor. It proved to be a failed experiment and was later removed. The last of the original pier was destroyed by a winter storm in 1948.
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see also
| American White Pelican | Del Mar | Endangered Species | Heermanns Gull | Huntington Beach | Imperial Beach | La Jolla |
| Marine Invertebrates | New River | Oceanside | Octopus | Opalescent Squid | Pacific Beach | Pollution | Royal Tern |
| Santa Monica | Torrey Pines | Western Gull |

species represented
Larus delawarensis, Loligo opalescens, Pelecanus occidentalis, Sylvilagus bachmani

keywords
Beach, Beaches, Birds, Brine, Bunnies, Bunny, Chemical, Coastal, Egg Sack, Eggs, Endangered Species, Evaporation,
Flying, Gulls, Invertebrate, Litter, Mantle, Pelagic, Pelicans, Piers, Polluting, Pond, Ponds, Professional San Diego Stock,
Rabbits, Ring Billed Gulls, Runoff, Salts, Seabird, Seagull, Spill, Squids, Stormwater, Trash, Wastewater, Water,

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