For its size, Marin is one of the most ecologically diverse counties in California. Located just north of San Francisco, it has both protected wetlands inside San Francisco Bay and mix of rugged cliffs and sandy beaches along the coast. It is also home to Mount Tamalpias, Tomales Bay, and Point Reyes National Seashore, a beautiful area and well know birding hotspot. Along Marin’s western edge are large expanses of coastal scrub, maritime chaparral, and Douglas Fir-Redwood forest. Moving inland are rolling, grassy hills and oak woodlands. Towns in Marin are small to medium in size and a fairly dispersed around the county. This is a collection of all of the plants, animals, and other wildlife I have photographically documented in Marin County.