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Species found at Viewing Site

Point Reyes National Seashore  - Site # 172

Locations:A large population tule elk (comprising over 500 animals) can best be seen year-round at Tomales Point Elk Reserve, from the road (Pierce Point Road) or the Tomales Point trail.A smaller herd of tule elk (up to 20 animals) is sometimes seen from Drakes Beach Road.
Present Season:W,Sp,Su,F,Yr
Season View:F

Species:Marbled Godwit
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