I probably take more pictures than the average girl . . .
Friday, April 24, 2009
What do you get when you combine
Larrabee State Park
, a group of
WSU Beach Watchers
ReSources for Sustainable Communities
Beach Naturalist Program
on a sunny morning? A great opportunity to observe an amazing variety of the
intertidal species of the Salish Sea
from the strand line.
Eel grass growing in the low tidal waters.
Those small, blister-looking formations on that black rock, baby
The molted shell of a
red rock crab
Respecting the critters and their natural habitat as we observed, we very gently returned any rocks we had turned over back to their original positions.
More intertidal life and beach pics!
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