I’ve seen them in the Big Sur area. That was back in 2004, but hopefully they’re still there. They used to be from Santa Barbara to San Francisco, but there’s been a decline in the population even though the government’s made efforts to save them by setting up reserves.
Surveys conducted in 2008 show that the heaviest concentrations of sea otters (about 10 otters per 500 meters of coast) can be found around the city of Monterey, Monteray Bay, and San Simeon Point. However, the southern sea otter of California has a range that stretches from Tunitas Creek in the San Francisco Bay area to Coal Oil Point, near Santa Barbara.
Oops, Monterey Bay.
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