PHOTOS: 4 low-low tide views of wildlife on West Seattle’s shore

Thanks to Rosalie Miller for the wildlife photos from Constellation Park, during the last in this round of low-low tides. Above, a Painted Anemone; below, a Lewis’s Moon Snail:

Here’s an Ochre Sea Star:

And a Chiton:

Next round of low-low tides will get even lower, with four days of -3.0 (or further) low tides, June 5-8. (Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists will be at Constellation and Lincoln Parks for all of those days.)

10 Replies to "PHOTOS: 4 low-low tide views of wildlife on West Seattle's shore"

  • Olive May 27, 2024 (6:35 pm)

    Amazing.  Thank you Ro. You are so special.

    • Rosalie May 27, 2024 (10:13 pm)

      Glad you enjoyed the photos. 

  • Jeepney May 27, 2024 (6:49 pm)

    The beach looked amazing today.

    • Rosalie May 27, 2024 (10:18 pm)

      Yes, perfect weather for tidepooling! 

  • justme May 27, 2024 (7:47 pm)

    Ooooooh! I’d hang them all on my wall. Beautiful photos!

    • Rosalie May 27, 2024 (10:14 pm)

      Thank you for the kind words. 

  • BJG May 27, 2024 (8:15 pm)

    Thanks for the beautiful photos. We’re so lucky to live here! 

    • Rosalie May 27, 2024 (10:15 pm)

      Agree wholeheartedly!! Every day at the beach is a special day. 

  • Rob I May 27, 2024 (8:20 pm)

    It’s always a good day if you see a moon snail!

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