WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: Seen on nighttime low-tide walk

Thanks to Brandy DeWeese for photos from one of our featured Friday events – the Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists’ nighttime low-tide walk at Constellation Park south of Alki Point.

No organized event tonight – but the -2.3-foot low tide at 11:19 pm is almost as low as last night’s.

The volunteer beach naturalists are usually out at Constellation Park and Lincoln Park multiple times during summer’s daytime low tides – watch this webpage (and our calendar) for the schedule.

1 Reply to "WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: Seen on nighttime low-tide walk"

  • Elton February 12, 2024 (8:57 am)

    It was so cool to see so much of the community come out with their kids to explore the marine life! Everyone was very nice and the volunteers were great – thanks so much!

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