The Tomales Bay Ecological Reserve is 482 acres of salt marsh and tidal flats consisting of pickleweed, arrow grass, gum plant, salt bush and salt grass. Lagunitas Creek drains into the southern part of the ecological reserve. Waterfowl , shorebirds, brown pelican, California clapper and black rail inhabit Tomales Bay. Fish species include striped bass, flatfishes, sculpin, walleye and other surfperch, salmon, steelhead.
For more information, call the Bay Delta Region Fairfield office at (707) 428-2002.