From the crest of Bullet Hill in China Camp State Park, an historic remnant of marsh is stunningly on view. An ancient, sinuous water channel winds through the pickleweed, straightening as it nears the open water. A flock of egrets rises, then settles again nearby to hunt and feed. This is one of the most-studied wetlands in the San Francisco Bay Area; as part of the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR), the site has more than a decade’s worth of annual vegetation sampling and water-quality data available.
Read the Estuary News article HERE.