The Salton Sea is located in southeastern California at 227 feet below sea level. This unique saline land-locked body of water is a critical part of the Pacific Flyway attracting hundreds of species of birds to its wetland habitat.
I camped along the Sea back in winter of 1996 while on a major road trip which you can read more about in next week’s My World Tuesday.
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