Will Noyo Harbor Vessels Seek “Flying” Fish?

With salmon fishing off limits, where will local boat tour operators go? In search of flying fish perhaps? There are indeed flying fish — 40 species worldwide. But they are found in warm oceans, not in our cool north coast waters. However, the Mendocino Coast Audubon Society is sponsoring a pelagic birding trip on May […]

With salmon fishing off limits, where will local boat tour operators go? In search of flying fish perhaps?

There are indeed flying fish — 40 species worldwide. But they are found in warm oceans, not in our cool north coast waters.

However, the Mendocino Coast Audubon Society is sponsoring a pelagic birding trip on May 18, taking a boat load of locals and tourists from Noyo Harbor in Fort Bragg aboard the Trek II to search for birds at sea. Trip leaders are Fort Bragg’s noted wildlife photographer Ron LeValley from Mendocino Coast Photographer Guild and Gallery in the Company Store on Main Street in Fort Bragg. For details and reservations, contact Karen Havlena jkhavlena@yahoo.com or 707-964-1280. Noyo Habor-based trips also are planned for Aug. 8 and 10 by Debbie Shearwater Journeys.