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Humboldt Bay South
South of Eureka, California

The southern reaches of Humboldt Bay are shallow, exposing vast mudflats at low tide, ideal for a variety of wildlife. Most of it is now state-owned tidelands or protected in Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge.


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A trail follows the levee along Hookton Slough at the south end of Humboldt Bay

A trail follows the levee along Hookton Slough at the south end of Humboldt Bay

A trail follows the levee along Hookton Slough at the south end of Humboldt Bay

Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, California

Date photographed: June 15, 2002
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