Coastal Wildlife Featured in “Mendonoma Sightings” Book By Bruce Robinson • Dec 9, 2015 TweetShareGoogle+Email Facts and photographs of coastal birds, animals, flowers and mushrooms fill the colorful pages of Jeanne Jackson’s recent book. Listen Listening... / 3:17 An unabashed lover of Mother Nature, Jackson has no background as a naturalist, but revels in being a natural generalist. Listen Listening... / 0:28 Dozens of Craig Tooley's photographs--including this one, which he titled "Sea Star Party"--are featured in the Mendonoma Sightings book. Credit Craig Tooley Tags: wildlifecoastlocal authorTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content The Story of the Sonoma Coast, Told (Mostly) in Pictures By Bruce Robinson • Nov 23, 2015 The scenic splendor and abundant wildlife are just part of the story of the Sonoma Coast in Simone Wilson’s new book. Her focus is also on the people who love it. Simone Wilson has been exploring the Sonoma County coast for several decades, and has a number of favorite spots that she regularly returns to. The Native People of the Sonoma Coast By Bruce Robinson • Apr 22, 2015 The Sonoma County coast has been populated for at least 8000 years, and life for the native people there didn’t change much over most of that time. Local archeologist Tom Origer will lead a workshop on the Archeology and History of the Sonoma Coast on Saturday, April 25, 9-2 at the Bodega Bay Fire Station, sponsored by the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods.