The suction cups on an octopus in a hole in a rock

What’s in the Tidepools? – April 2023

(NPS Photo/P. Geisler) April’s highlights were brittle stars, sea hares, keyhole limpets, octopus, By the Wind Sailors and Spring flowers. Here is a sampling of what our volunteers observed during this month — thank you to everyone who contributed. Remember to send in your photos; we truly appreciate sharing them with everyone. Don’t forget to visit the Tidepool Videos page. The Keyhole limpet is often … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – April 2023

A five pointed brown sea star with white and blue circles on each arm.

What’s in the Tidepools? – March 2023

(NPS Photo/N. Cheng) March was the last month for the extreme low tides of the season, and it didn’t fail to produce outstanding critter sightings from nudibranchs to octopus. Here is a sampling of what our volunteers observed during this month — thank you to everyone who contributed. Remember to send in your photos; we truly appreciate sharing them with everyone. You can find videos … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – March 2023

A man holding a cat.

Naturally Speaking Series – What is Environmental History and What Can it Teach Us?

T Ranger Cyrus Forman is an environmental historian, which means he investigates the past, present, and future of our ecosystems and the environmental movements that protect them. Join him for a live, virtual talk to learn about this fascinating topic and his work in the field. Hope to see you there!  When: Thursday, April 6th, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Where:  Zoom Please RSVP if you plan on … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Series – What is Environmental History and What Can it Teach Us?