Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 28, 2020

Tidepool Presentation 7/30/20

Bay Nature has a presentation on tide pools this Thursday Talking about Tidepools

As nature-lovers, we all know that spending a day on the coast checking out anemones, sea stars, and nudibranchs is a great time. But did you know that keeping tabs on what you see during your day at the tidepools can help scientists working to understand and protect these species?

This Thursday, join California Academy of Sciences co-directors of citizen science, Rebecca Johnson and Alison Young, along with Bay Nature digital editor Eric Simons for a deep dive into tidepools. You’ll learn where to go, what you might see, and how you can record your observations and become a citizen scientist.

Register Today!


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