Saturday, July 12, 2008

Video Clips of Cache Creek Kayaking and Wildlife

The last few seasons of adventure down the Cache Creek Wilderness kayak run have left me with some nice video clips. The first is running a rapid in the middle of the wilderness (with 'helpful' assistants willing to drench said boater).
The second is of a Killdeer egg hatching. This was pretty cool, since we just happened to land on the sandbar right when the egg started to hatch. Once it was hatched, we launched and let momma bird take over. She wasn't happy with us, but this was a once-in-a-lifetime event. Very random, but very cool...

Andrew Fulks


brthomas said...
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brthomas said...

Hi Andrew, what was the flow on Cache Creek when the video was shot?


Cache Creek Whitewater Guide - BRT Insights.

Yolohiker said...

Hi Bruce,

I think the flow was around 700cfs, with about 400 coming from Indian Valley and the rest from Clear Lake. I'm just hoping that we get enough rain for me to go again in 2009!