Roaming Point Reyes

Boasting bobcats, coyotes, black-tailed deer and elk, the wildlife-rich area of Point Reyes National Seashore in California is a prime location for wildlife photographers. Melissa Groo offers her must-read advice for photographers planning a visit

This past summer I had the opportunity to spend time shooting in a stunning, wildlife-rich area in northern California: Point Reyes National Seashore. It’s a large park preserve on a triangular peninsula that juts out into the Pacific Ocean. Dramatic cliffs, secluded beaches, and miles of grasslands characterize this protected area of over 70,000 acres located only an hour north of the thriving metropolis of San Francisco. Maintained by the US National Park Service, Point Reyes has a number of roads through it as well as a system of hiking trails for day hiking and...



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