ochre star, pen point gunnel, Hopkin's rose nudibranch

                                                                                                                                                                                                              ochre star, pen point gunnel, Hopkin's rose nudibranch

Proceeds to benefit North Bay Wildfire relief efforts by San Francisco Animal Care and Control


Explore the intertidal zone and discover the fascinating wildlife found in SF Bay Area tide pools.

Local nature education company, Tree Frog Treks will be sending naturalists Aron Sanchez and Zach Lim to historic tide pooling sites in northern California this fall, where they'll lead small groups along the rocky shore in hopes of glimpsing resident nudibranchs, marine mammals and octopuses amidst the changing landscape. Guided tours will offer educational information detailing local flora and fauna, environmental factors influencing tide pool ecology, and hands-on instruction in safe handling of local wildlife when appropriate. 

Click HERE to see some of what we've found on previous Tide Pool Treks.

Date: 01/27/18 12:00 PM- 2:30 PM

January Location: Pillar Point in Half Moon Bay, CA.  

$30 per person.

Open to all ages. Children, please bring your adult with you.

Participants are encouraged to bring their questions, cameras and warm/water-proof shoes and clothing. We will be walking on slippery rocks and someone will get wet eventually, so it's best to arrive prepared. 

Tours will be limited to 20 people.

Register here to join us: January Tide Pool Trek

Click here for google directions: tide pool parking

Email aron@treefrogtreks.com with any questions.