WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: One more look at low-low-tide sights

This past week’s low-low tides are over, but we have a few more wildlife photos to share. The first and last photos are from Marc Milrod; the four below are from Rosalie Miller – first, a Mottled Star:

A Hermit Crab:

A Limpet:

And a Pink Sponge:

Among the birds on the temporarily expanded beach, this Great Blue Heron:

The next stretch of low-low tides (which is the term we use for low tides out past -2 feet) is on the chart for June 12th-18th. (Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists will be at Constellation and Lincoln Parks for five of those days.)

2 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: One more look at low-low-tide sights"

  • Elyse May 23, 2022 (7:30 am)

    We had so much fun gently exploring Lowman Beach! 

  • Vicki Ohge May 26, 2022 (1:15 pm)

    I have a picture from about a week ago with the orange one. Is that an octopus or a sea star? All I saw was the legs sticking out

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