West Seattle weekend scenes: Seeing the sights @ low tide

May 6, 2012 at 1:48 pm | In West Seattle beaches, West Seattle news, Wildlife | 1 Comment

Thanks to Greg for sharing photos from south of Alki during this morning’s low tide (even lower the next two afternoons). Above, his daughter Lillie carefully checks out a purple sea star. Next, a great blue heron snags a snack:

And of course, Lillie, Greg, and the heron did not exactly have the beach to themselves:

While the very low (and very high!) tides continue for the next few days, the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar will have information about both the tides and opportunities to talk with beach naturalists. We also have tide information on the WSB Weather page year-round.

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  1. Thanks for posting that Alki was going to have a very low tide today, made for a great morning!

    Comment by Harry Reems — 6:45 pm May 6, 2012 #

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