Staff Marine Biologist will teach you the techniques of tide pooling and show you what marine creatures to look for. Tide pools are home to a variety of species: shelled creatures like opihi and cowry cling tightly to the rocks, brittle sea stars and hermit crabs scuttle away to hide, juvenile fish are safe from larger fish, and sea cucumbers and octopi are masters at camouflage. Discover something new every time you tidepool!
Tide Pool Exploration Schedule
Wednesdays dependent on low tide.
Maximum of 12 persons for this activity. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult. Please sign up a day prior to activity at Hale Nalu or call 325-8062 or in-house 8062. Meet at the King’s Pond.