Life Between the Tides: Animals, Plants, and Amazing Adaptations for Survival

The zone between high tide and low tide at the beach is a tough place to live. The environment is continuously changing: air and water; crashing waves and rocks; strong winds and salt spray; quick changing temperature extremes. But hundreds of species are well adapted to these challenges, and, on this walk, we’ll search for them with new-found respect: from crab, sea stars, and urchins to several of the Long Island Sound’s 70 distinct types of seaweed – and more.

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Aug 11, 2019


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Sands Point Preserve
127 Middle Neck Road
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