LOW-LOW TIDE: Today’s scenes from West Seattle’s shore

Low-low tides are back this week – not as low as earlier this summer, but low enough to get out and explore the shore, with some expert help. Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists were out at Lincoln Park and Constellation Park; the latter is where Susan Romanenghi photographed some of the turnout. For the three wildlife photos below, Michael Ostrogorsky was nearby, in the Alki Point vicinity:

Tomorrow’s low-low tide will be -3.0 feet at 11:41 am; the naturalists will be at Constellation (60th/Beach) and Lincoln (8011 Fauntleroy Way SW) 10:15 am-1:15 pm tomorrow, and 11 am-1:30 pm Saturday – their last scheduled day this summer.

2 Replies to "LOW-LOW TIDE: Today's scenes from West Seattle's shore"

  • waikikigirl August 12, 2022 (6:32 am)

    WSB, I looked back and read the latter comments and assume that, that Lions Mane Jellyfish did not survive from the people keeping it wet until the tide came back in. ??? 

    • WSB August 12, 2022 (9:30 am)

      Don’t know. That was certainly a much-read story but I haven’t seen/heard anything about its fate.

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