Happening now: Low tide in West Seattle, with volunteer naturalists at 2 beaches

May 29, 2014 at 11:52 am | In West Seattle beaches, West Seattle news, Wildlife | 2 Comments

Just before noon, the low tide will be out to -1.9 feet – great for beach exploration. As we’ve been noting for the past few days, the Seattle Aquarium‘s volunteer beach naturalists are back on duty.

Part of the corps, John Smersh (who you might know from longtime WSB sponsor Click! Design That Fits in The Junction), shared the photos from Constellation Park south of Alki Point. The naturalists are there and on the Lincoln Park beach by Colman Pool until 1 pm today; here’s their schedule for the rest of the week, and on into summer. In just two weeks, you’ll see some even lower tides, bottoming out at -3.3 feet on June 14th, lowest it’ll get this summer.

2 Comments

  1. Thanks to the volunteer naturalists! Your generosity in educating us about our beaches is truly appreciated.

    Comment by Trileigh — 1:19 pm May 29, 2014 #

  2. what she said. :)

    Thumbs up back at ya’!

    Comment by westseattledood — 9:29 pm May 29, 2014 #

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