The Bainbridge Beach Naturalists are offering two low-tide explorations in 2022:
- Friday, June 17, 12:45-2:15 at Point White Pier Beach. Parking is limited. Please carpool and minimize your use of parking space.
- Saturday, July 16, 12:30-2:30 at Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal Beach. You may park in town. Access the beach by taking the Waterfront Park trail, crossing the ravine bridge, continuing on the Waterfront trail across Harborview Drive and behind the condominiums to the beach access.
What to expect when you join us on the beach:
- Look for the naturalists wearing neon green vests.
- Wear shoes or boots that can get wet. You will be walking in the shallow water along the shore for much of the time. Tall rubber boots are the footwear of choice.
- The beach can be much colder than the rest of the island, so wear layers that you can add as necessary.
- Kids are great explorers; dogs should not be brought to these events.
- You might want the added stability of a hiking stick as the rocks can be very slippery when wet and covered with seaweed; one beach access involves a scramble over the rocks.
- Fall and winter night explorations require a strong flashlight.