What remains of Mono Lake today. The smaller of the two islands in the center of the photo is the nesting ground for most of the California coast gulls that fly over the Sierra to get here to nest each year. Due to the lower water levels, the gull population has been hit. The duck population is 2% of what it was before LA started pumping water away from the Lake.


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