California beach – Orland CA http://orland-ca.com/ Thu, 27 Jan 2022 13:05:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://orland-ca.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg California beach – Orland CA http://orland-ca.com/ 32 32 Christmas Eve shark attack ends in death on California beach https://orland-ca.com/christmas-eve-shark-attack-ends-in-death-on-california-beach/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 12:23:31 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/christmas-eve-shark-attack-ends-in-death-on-california-beach/ TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A shark attack on Christmas Eve in California killed a man according to Morro Bay police. According to the statement, a surfer off State Parks Beach was pulled from the water, apparently injured by a shark attack. Dismissed ULA Employees Withdraw Federal Lawsuit Over COVID-19 Mandate He was found unconscious and […]]]>

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A shark attack on Christmas Eve in California killed a man according to Morro Bay police.

According to the statement, a surfer off State Parks Beach was pulled from the water, apparently injured by a shark attack.

He was found unconscious and pronounced dead at the scene. Port police and firefighters responded to the scene.

“As we arrived there was a surfer in the water assisting the victim who apparently saw her a short distance from where she was standing, face down,” said Eric Endersby, director of the port of Morro Bay, in San Luis Obispo. Tribune.

For the moment, the victim has not been identified. The San Luis Obispo County Coroners’ Office and state park officials are currently investigating the incident, police say.

For 24 hours after Christmas Eve, authorities ordered beachgoers to stay out of the water, but areas and beaches in Morro Bay and state parks remained open.


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Christmas Eve shark attack ends in death on California beach https://orland-ca.com/christmas-eve-shark-attack-ends-in-death-on-california-beach-2/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/christmas-eve-shark-attack-ends-in-death-on-california-beach-2/ TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A Christmas Eve shark attack in California left one person dead. Morro Bay Police announced the death of sharks on Christmas Eve. According to the Morro Bay police statement, a surfer off State Parks Beach, north of Atascadero Road, was pulled from the water, apparently injured by a shark attack. Alabama […]]]>

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A Christmas Eve shark attack in California left one person dead. Morro Bay Police announced the death of sharks on Christmas Eve.

According to the Morro Bay police statement, a surfer off State Parks Beach, north of Atascadero Road, was pulled from the water, apparently injured by a shark attack.

He was found unconscious and pronounced dead at the scene. The port, police and fire departments responded to the scene.

“As we arrived there was a female surfer in the water assisting the victim who apparently saw her a short distance from where she was lying face down in the water,” said the Port Manager of Morro Bay, Eric Endersby. told the San Luis Obispo Tribune.

At this time, the victim has not been identified. The San Luis Obispo County Coroners Office along with state park officials are currently investigating the incident, according to police.

For the 24 hours after Christmas Eve, authorities ordered swimmers to stay out of the water, but areas and beaches in Morro Bay and state parks remained open.

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Surfer killed in apparent great white shark attack on California beach https://orland-ca.com/surfer-killed-in-apparent-great-white-shark-attack-on-california-beach/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 23:28:44 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/surfer-killed-in-apparent-great-white-shark-attack-on-california-beach/ Authorities ordered people to stay out of the water for 24 hours. 25 December 2021, 01:46 • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article A surfer was killed in a great white shark attack off the central California coast on Friday, authorities said. The incident happened on the beach in Morro […]]]>

Authorities ordered people to stay out of the water for 24 hours.

A surfer was killed in a great white shark attack off the central California coast on Friday, authorities said.

The incident happened on the beach in Morro Bay State Park before 11 a.m. local time, according to the Morro Bay Police Department.

The man did not react after being removed from the water “suffering from an apparent shark attack,” the department said in a statement.

A woman surfing nearby saw a boogie board and someone face down in the water she tried to bring ashore, Eric Endersby, director of Morro Bay Harbor Patrol, told ABC News. The Morro Bay Harbor Patrol showed up soon after and helped bring the victim in, he said.

The surfer was pronounced dead at the scene and has not yet been identified, police said.

There did not appear to be any witnesses to the attack, Endersby said.

The bite, which will be measured by a coroner, appears to match that of a great white shark, from what officers saw, Endersby said.

The San Luis Obispo County Coroner’s Office and state park officials were investigating the scene, police said on Friday afternoon. A biologist from the State Department of Fisheries and Wildlife was also at the scene, Endersby said.

Beaches in the area of ​​the apparent attack will remain open, but authorities have ordered people to stay out of the water for the next 24 hours.

Shark attacks are very rare, especially fatal.

There were 33 unprovoked shark attacks on humans in the United States last year, three of which were fatal, according to data from the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida.

Almost half of the unprovoked attacks took place in Florida. The deaths have occurred in California, Hawaii and Maine.

Nicholas Kerr of ABC News contributed to this report.


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Surfer killed in shark attack on California beach, officials say https://orland-ca.com/surfer-killed-in-shark-attack-on-california-beach-officials-say/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/surfer-killed-in-shark-attack-on-california-beach-officials-say/ By Alexandra Meeks, CNN A surfer was killed in a shark attack in Morro Bay, Calif. on Christmas Eve, the Morro Bay Port Department confirmed to CNN. “The port, police and firefighters have responded to a report of a male victim unconscious on the beach after being pulled from the water suffering from an apparent […]]]>

By Alexandra Meeks, CNN

A surfer was killed in a shark attack in Morro Bay, Calif. on Christmas Eve, the Morro Bay Port Department confirmed to CNN.

“The port, police and firefighters have responded to a report of a male victim unconscious on the beach after being pulled from the water suffering from an apparent shark attack,” the port department said in a statement. .

Authorities located the surfer at 10:48 a.m. PT off the beach in Morro Bay State Park, according to port manager Eric Endersby. Morro Bay is located 24 kilometers west of San Luis Obispo.

The victim was declared dead on the spot.

The San Luis Obispo County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim and is working to notify the next of kin before releasing the victim’s name, Endersby said.

While beaches in the Morro Bay area and state parks currently remain open, authorities have ordered beachgoers to stay out of the water for the next 24 hours.

“It’s a horrible accident, Endersby said. “Fortunately, the weather and the wind have ruined the surf so there aren’t many surfers around, but we have closed the waters for safety reasons.”

State park officials are currently on scene to investigate the crash.

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Former SJ Sharks star Marty McSorley offers California beach house for $23 million https://orland-ca.com/former-sj-sharks-star-marty-mcsorley-offers-california-beach-house-for-23-million-2/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/former-sj-sharks-star-marty-mcsorley-offers-california-beach-house-for-23-million-2/ By Wendy Bowman | Dirtiness More than two decades ago, Marty McSorley paid around $600,000 for an aging Spanish Colonial-style home along the Hermosa Beach Strand. The former LA Kings and San Jose Sharks hockey player and his wife Leanne Schuster, a former professional beach volleyball player, later razed the structure; they then hired the […]]]>

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More than two decades ago, Marty McSorley paid around $600,000 for an aging Spanish Colonial-style home along the Hermosa Beach Strand. The former LA Kings and San Jose Sharks hockey player and his wife Leanne Schuster, a former professional beach volleyball player, later razed the structure; they then hired the architect Grant Kirkpatrick and constructor Dave Baldwin to create a stunning contemporary beach house. Now, after spending years in their personalized crib, the couple have decided to sell. New on the market, their home is asking for a whopping $22.9 million.

Tucked safely behind walls and gates, and in front of an attached two-car garage, the stucco and copper roof structure is nestled comfortably between two homes on a double lot offering over 60 feet of ocean frontage. . A cozy courtyard hosts a combination pool and spa, as well as a small grassy courtyard flanked by a built-in barbecue and a covered patio sporting a cozy wood-burning fireplace. Once inside, five bedrooms and four bathrooms are spread over 4,373 square feet of living space punctuated by high-quality stone, tile, and wood finishes, and interiors that take advantage of sea views. ocean and Manhattan Beach Pier via large windows and walls of glass.

The front door opens into a foyer displaying a spiral staircase topped with a pendant light resembling a ship’s navigation light. From here, a spacious open-concept space overlooking the volleyball courts, ocean, and sand contains a living room warmed by a fireplace set into a wall of stacked stones reaching to the sloping wood-beamed ceiling. An adjacent dining area next to a walk-in bar connects to the gourmet kitchen, which is outfitted with a dining island, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and a bright breakfast nook with an integrated bench.

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Former SJ Sharks star Marty McSorley offers California beach house for $23 million https://orland-ca.com/former-sj-sharks-star-marty-mcsorley-offers-california-beach-house-for-23-million/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/former-sj-sharks-star-marty-mcsorley-offers-california-beach-house-for-23-million/ By Wendy Bowman | Dirtiness More than two decades ago, Marty McSorley paid around $600,000 for an aging Spanish Colonial-style home along the Hermosa Beach Strand. The former LA Kings and San Jose Sharks hockey player and his wife Leanne Schuster, a former professional beach volleyball player, later razed the structure; they then hired the […]]]>

By Wendy Bowman | Dirtiness

More than two decades ago, Marty McSorley paid around $600,000 for an aging Spanish Colonial-style home along the Hermosa Beach Strand. The former LA Kings and San Jose Sharks hockey player and his wife Leanne Schuster, a former professional beach volleyball player, later razed the structure; they then hired the architect Grant Kirkpatrick and constructor Dave Baldwin to create a stunning contemporary beach house. Now, after spending years in their personalized crib, the couple have decided to sell. New on the market, their home is asking for a whopping $22.9 million.

Tucked safely behind walls and gates, and in front of an attached two-car garage, the stucco and copper roof structure is nestled comfortably between two homes on a double lot offering over 60 feet of ocean frontage. . A cozy courtyard hosts a combination pool and spa, as well as a small grassy courtyard flanked by a built-in barbecue and a covered patio sporting a cozy wood-burning fireplace. Once inside, five bedrooms and four bathrooms are spread over 4,373 square feet of living space punctuated by high-quality stone, tile, and wood finishes, and interiors that take advantage of sea views. ocean and Manhattan Beach Pier via large windows and walls of glass.

The front door opens into a foyer displaying a spiral staircase topped with a pendant light resembling a ship’s navigation light. From here, a spacious open-concept space overlooking the volleyball courts, ocean, and sand contains a living room warmed by a fireplace set into a wall of stacked stones reaching to the sloping wood-beamed ceiling. An adjacent dining area next to a walk-in bar connects to the gourmet kitchen, which is outfitted with a dining island, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and a bright breakfast nook with an integrated bench.

Upstairs, a trio of bedrooms include a spacious main retreat complete with a showroom-style closet. An ocean-view deck borders the deluxe soaking tub, which is outfitted with two vanities, a soaking tub, and a large frameless shower. In the basement, a huge entertainment area houses a kitchenette and sliding glass doors leading to a patio, as well as a 670-bottle wine cellar and office space. An additional bedroom on this floor contains a spa-inspired tub with steam shower; and to top it all off, a convenient utility room is ideal for storing all the gear you’re sure to need to enjoy The Strand’s endless recreational possibilities.

McSorley, 58, is an Ontario-born former professional hockey player who is probably best remembered for hitting teammate Donald Brashear in the head with his stick in the closing minutes of a game between the Boston Bruins and Boston Bruins. Vancouver Canucks. Brashear lost consciousness and suffered a Grade 3 concussion, which led to McSorley’s assault conviction, one-year suspension and eventual retirement from the NHL.

John Corrales and Nick Schneider of Compass serve as listing agents for the McSorley home.

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Rare Deep Pacific Football Fish Washes Up On California Beach https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-pacific-football-fish-washes-up-on-california-beach/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-pacific-football-fish-washes-up-on-california-beach/ through: Dillon Davis, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Job : December 15, 2021 / 12:35 PM EST / Update: December 15, 2021 / 12:35 PM EST An ultra-rare Pacific footballfish, pictured here with Ben Frable of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, was reported stranded Dec. 10 at Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, California. Researchers from the Scripps Institution […]]]>

An ultra-rare Pacific footballfish, pictured here with Ben Frable of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, was reported stranded Dec. 10 at Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, California. Researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego say this is the third in the past month that a deep-sea fish has been reported near a local beach. (Photos via Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – Another ultra-rare deep-sea fish washed up on a California beach this month, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego announced Tuesday.

Officials say scientists were notified Dec. 10 of a deceased female Pacific footballer found at Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, San Diego County. The creature is nearly 13 inches long and weighs 5 pounds, Scripps spokeswoman Brittany Hook said in a press release.

This is the third time in the past month that a deep-sea fish has been reported near an area beach, including the second pacific fish-football, which was photographed on November 13 on a beach in La Jolla. An unusual 4 foot lancetfish was also found dead on December 1 on the sand at La Jolla Shores.

An ultra-rare Pacific footballfish was reported stranded Dec. 10 at Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, California. Researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego said this is the third time in the past month that an offshore fish has been reported. near a local beach. (Photos via Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

“Experts have no evidence to theorize why these fish are stranding in Southern California, but are interested in learning more about specimens that have been collected or any new ones that may be stranding,” Hook said.

The institution called the most recent find “extremely rare, noting that only 31 known spec specimens have been collected. Tissue samples from the fish are being collected for genetic analysis and its stomach contents are expected to be examined by researchers in Anela Choy’s lab at Scripps.

Researchers remind the public that if they come across an unusual find at the beach, “don’t bring it home.” Instead, notify a lifeguard and contact the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at scrippsnews@ucsd.edu or by phone at 858-534-3624.

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Cannibal lancet washes up on California beach, first preserved since 1996 https://orland-ca.com/cannibal-lancet-washes-up-on-california-beach-first-preserved-since-1996/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/cannibal-lancet-washes-up-on-california-beach-first-preserved-since-1996/ By Lauren M. Johnson and Noah Sheidlower | CNN Swimmers discovered A 4-foot lancetfish washed ashore near the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego on Tuesday. While not particularly rare, researchers noted that it was the first lancetfish kept by the institution since 1996, and only the 17th kept on […]]]>

By Lauren M. Johnson and Noah Sheidlower | CNN

Swimmers discovered A 4-foot lancetfish washed ashore near the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego on Tuesday. While not particularly rare, researchers noted that it was the first lancetfish kept by the institution since 1996, and only the 17th kept on a San Diego beach since 1947.

The discovery comes just a week after a Pacific footballerfish – a much rarer deep-sea anglerfish than the lancetfish – washed ashore about three miles away on Black’s Beach.

The fish, whose catalog name is SIO 21-37, is the newest addition to SIO’s vertebrate collection. Director Ben Frable told CNN the fish was found alive in La Jolla Shores but did not survive once on land. She had been “bombarded by seagulls,” according to Frable. SIO 21-37, however, will be preserved for perhaps hundreds of years.

Frable suspects the fish could have landed on the beach for a number of reasons, including running away from a predator or getting caught in a current and not being strong enough to swim.

Lancets are known for their huge eyes, fanged jaws and slippery bodies, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Lancets, which are hermaphrodites, animals with both reproductive organs, are notorious cannibals that also feed on other fish and invertebrates. The fish can grow to over 7 feet in length and barely digest its food.

But Frable confirms that cannibalism isn’t as taboo in the world of fish as it seems.

“So they have quite a varied diet, but other lancets seem to be quite popular. But what’s really interesting is that the other lancetfish don’t really show up in their diet until the fish are about 3 feet long, he said.

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Rare deep-sea fish found on a California beach https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-sea-fish-found-on-a-california-beach/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-sea-fish-found-on-a-california-beach/ Rare ocean-going anglerfish found on California Beach A rare Pacific football fish, a deep-sea anglerfish typically found at ocean depths over 2,000 feet, was found on a beach in San Diego, California on November 13, according to local reports . (Credit: Jay Beiler) SAN DIEGO, approx. – A rare Pacific football fish, a deep-sea anglerfish […]]]>

A rare Pacific football fish, a deep-sea anglerfish typically found at ocean depths over 2,000 feet, was found on a beach in San Diego, California on November 13, according to local reports .

Jay Beiler, who captured the footage, told Storyful he encountered the fish at Torrey Pines State Beach. “At first I thought it was a – like a jellyfish or something, then I went to look at it a little more carefully, and other people were also gathered around it, and then I saw it was this very unusual fish,” Beiler said NBC 7 San Diego. “It’s the stuff of nightmares – the mouth looked almost bloody! I’d say it was almost a foot long.”

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According to NBC 7, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography reported the fish to be a Pacific footballer, one of the largest species of anglerfish found in the entire Pacific Ocean. However, the species has only been seen “a few times” in California, said Ben Frable, Scripps marine vertebrate collection manager.

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Pacific footballfish species live at depths between 2,000 and 3,300 feet, where sunlight does not penetrate, according to the California Academy of Sciences. The fish use a fleshy, bioluminescent lure from their head to attract prey.

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Rare deep-sea fish found on California beach https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-sea-fish-found-on-california-beach-2/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://orland-ca.com/rare-deep-sea-fish-found-on-california-beach-2/ Rare deep-sea anglerfish found on California Beach A rare Pacific footballfish, a deep-sea anglerfish commonly found at depths over 2,000 feet, was found on a beach in San Diego, Calif., On November 13, according to local reports. . (Credit: Jay Beiler) SAN DIEGO, approx. – A rare Pacific footballfish, a deep-sea monkfish commonly found at […]]]>

A rare Pacific footballfish, a deep-sea monkfish commonly found at depths over 2,000 feet, was found on a beach in San Diego, Calif., On November 13, according to local reports. .

Jay Beiler, who captured the footage, told Storyful he encountered the fish at Torrey Pines State Beach. “At first I thought it was a – like a jellyfish or something, and then I went and looked at it a little bit more closely, and other people gathered around it too, and then I saw that it was this very unusual fish, “Beiler told NBC 7 San Diego. “That’s the stuff of nightmares – the mouth almost looked bloody! I’d say it was almost a foot long.”

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According to NBC 7, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography reported the fish to be a Pacific pufferfish, one of the largest species of monkfish found in the Pacific Ocean. However, the species has only been seen “a few times” in California, said Ben Frable, head of the marine vertebrate collection at Scripps.

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Pacific footballfish species live at depths between 2,000 and 3,300 feet, where sunlight does not penetrate, according to the California Academy of Sciences. Fish use a fleshy, bioluminescent lure from their heads to attract their prey.

Watch FOX 35 News for the latest viral stories. Download the FOX 35 News app for on-the-go updates.


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