The cute, furry otters of Corte Madera Creek keep their neighbors entertained.
Walkers enjoy watching the geese and ducks paddle along the waterway.
These creek denizens might not be as cute and loveable as the ducks or otters, but they do capture the imagination.
Becky Reed spotted some rays in Corte Madera Creek over the weekend. She estimated they were about 3 feet from wingtip to wingtip. Look closely in the video — the ray looks like a shadow just below the surface of the water.
The California Academy of Sciences reports shovelnose guitarfish (Rhinobatos productus), bat ray (Myliobatis californica) and round stingray (Urolophus halleri) can all be found in Bay Area creeks and estuaries.