I stopped in Bodega this afternoon to take quick pictures of the high water levels in Salmon Creek.
Here's the view looking to the north:
And the view looking to the south (below). Both photos were taken at ~12:30 p.m. on 10 January 2017.
During the last month we've received about 10 inches of rain, which is about 33% of the annual average. Since October 1st, the total is about 24 inches — about 78% of the annual average. We are potentially on pace to have an above average annual rainfall total — which I don't think has happened in over 10 years (since the winter of 2005-2006).
In case you're interested, here's an "historic" photo from the end of the wet winter of 2005-2006. This is a low spot in the Bodega Dunes that's normally dry at the surface (dominated by rushes). It filled with water by April of 2006, creating an ephemeral wetland: