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04dec9:00 am11:30 amFeaturedAnnual King Tide Walk

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Annual King Tide Walk at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve!

Monday, December 4, 2017

9:00am – 11:30am

Meet in the Elkhorn Slough Reserve Visitor Center at 9:00am sharp

1700 Elkhorn Road, Watsonville, CA see map

Join us for an early morning walk with Reserve Research Coordinator, Kerstin Wasson to designated King Tide Sites on the Elkhorn Slough Reserve. Bring your camera and help record one of the season’s highest tides!

What:

We are pleased to announce that this year Reserve Research Coordinator Kerstin Wasson will lead the walk to several designated King Tide Sites on Elkhorn Slough Reserve. Kerstin will share her insight on the impacts of sea level rise on the Elkhorn Slough. Participants are invited to bring their cameras and record the effects of the season’s King Tides on natural resources and infrastructure. Photos will be posted on the California King Tides Initiative website and on the Elkhorn Slough Reserve website. This is a free public event.

Why:

King Tides are the highest tides of the year; they offer a window into the future when average daily tides will be as high or higher due to sea level rise. Learn more about this during the walk!

Where and When:

9:00 am         Participants will meet at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve Visitor Center

Brief overview

9:45-10:30    Walk to Reserve bridge

Photos and discussion about tides

10:45              Depart for Kirby Park

11:15 am        Adjourn

 

More Details:

  • Event occurs rain or shine
  • Dress for all weather
  • Some walking involved
  • No experience necessary

For more information contact Virginia Guhin, virginia.guhin@wildlife.ca.gov   (831) 728-2822

Time

(Monday) 9:00 am - 11:30 am

Location

Elkhorn Slough Reserve

1700 Elkhorn Road, Watsonville, CA 95076

Elkhorn Slough Reserve1700 Elkhorn Road, Watsonville, CA 95076

Cost

FREE!

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Elkhorn Slough is an ecological treasure at the heart of Monterey Bay. It provides much-needed habitat for hundreds of species of plants, animals and birds. The Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Elkhorn Slough Foundation work with government, community agencies and other partners to protect this precious and scarce environment.








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