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The social media companies keep changing the rules and messing up the ability to display their content on third party web sites. This is because they want you to stay on their platforms. Twitter is the most recent platform to do this and this is why tweets are no longer showing up on this page.

WMF is aware of the problem and trying to figure alternative solutions.

Thank you for your patience. It is super annoying.
 Sunday, December 3 at 2:53pm
Well, well, well. Look who’s back in town. First elephant seal sighting of the season in Point Reyes,
 Wednesday, November 29 at 5:10pm
Switched it up tonight. Solid round of rain and we still get a nice sunset in Point Reyes, Limantour Rd lookout
 Tuesday, November 28 at 4:06pm
If you got the WMF newsletter on Monday, there was a typo in the blurb below and it read "I would surf Salmon Creek". It is supposed to be "wouldn't". WMF does not want to be held accountable for surfing mishaps.

"A great article in the latest Surfer's Journal called "How to Reduce Your Shark Risk to Zero" interviewing local shark researchers Scot Anderson and Paul Kanive. "Are there places you wouldn't surf because of sharks? I wouldn't surf Salmon Creek, especially in October. In the prime months [August to January] I wouldn't surf Ten Mile Beach in Point Reyes, or Shark Pit by DIllon Beach, or any place around here that's way offshore with a rocky bottom and pinnipeds around." There you go. It's behind a paywall on the web but you can get a copy on the Point Reyes Bookstore. Totally worth it."

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 Sunday, November 26 at 8:22pm
Another amazing day. Here is the moon setting over North Beach in Point Reyes early this morning and rising over Point Reyes Station this evening. (Thx TM and HS)
 Sunday, November 26 at 2:19pm
Mother bobcat and kit having a moment in Nicasio. Video by LM.
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