Monterey Bay is pre-eminently the fishing ground for the Pacific salmon.
The white-cheeked goose is rarely seen south of Monterey Bay, California.
On the south it is bounded from Monterey Bay to the mountains by the Esselenian territory.
Its range is from Alaska south to Monterey Bay, where it has recently been planted and seems to flourish.
One morning in 1842 there came sailing into Monterey Bay two American men-of-war.
It ranges from Monterey Bay, where it is sparingly met with, south to Mexico.
The redwoods grow in the fog belt in the counties bordering the coast from Monterey Bay north to the Oregon line.
March breezes drive the salty fog from Monterey Bay into the eyes of the soldier shivering in the silent hours before dawn.
In gill-nets in Monterey Bay great mischief is done by hagfish (Polistotrema stouti).
Monterey Bay is the home of the abalone and it has been so ruthlessly fished for that new laws have had to be made to protect it.