December’s New Moon brings with it excellent low tides, perfect for exploring the intertidal zone and its many fascinating creatures. We are excited to have Allison Gong, Biology instructor at Cabrillo College, as our leader for this sunset stroll at Natural Bridges.
Saturday, December 4, 2021 | 3:30-5 p.m.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
- Wear sturdy footwear that you don’t mind getting wet. Sneakers, knee-length rubber boots, and surf booties are all good options. No sandals, please! It may be windy and chilly, especially once the sun begins setting, so dress in layers and have a windproof outer layer.
- Low tide is at 4:47 p.m., which is also just about sunset. It’ll be such a good low tide that day that there will be plenty of time to explore before we hit peak low tide and sunset.
- We will bring with us resources to aid in your exploration.
- Tidepooling comes with inherent risks, and it is with this in mind that we will cancel in the event of rain (light drizzle is okay). If we do decide to cancel we will notify you by email that morning.
- Please adhere to the latest local guidelines for COVID safety.