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Bodega Bay is a shallow, rocky inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the coast of northern California in the United States. The bay straddles the boundary between Sonoma County to the north and Marin County to the south.
Bodega Bay is protected on its north end from the Pacific Ocean by Bodega Head, which shelters the small Bodega Harbor and is separated from the main bay by a jetty. The San Andreas Fault runs parallel to the coastline and bisects Bodega Head, which lies on the Pacific Plate; whereas the town is on the North American Plate. The village of Bodega Bay sits on the east side of Bodega Harbor.
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Bodega Bay is a shallow, rocky inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the coast of northern California in the United States. The bay straddles the boundary between Sonoma County to the north and Marin County to the south.<br />
Bodega Bay is protected on its north end from the Pacific Ocean by Bodega Head, which shelters the small Bodega Harbor and is separated from the main bay by a jetty. The San Andreas Fault runs parallel to the coastline and bisects Bodega Head, which lies on the Pacific Plate; whereas the town is on the North American Plate. The village of Bodega Bay sits on the east side of Bodega Harbor.