PHOTOS: The Wonders of Seahurst Park at Low Tide


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Today saw the lowest tide of the year at Burien’s Seahurst Park at -3.8 feet.

The event saw a fleet of school buses visiting the park to drop off students from around the area taking advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the beach habitat.

Beach naturalists led groups of students as they explored the tide pools and surf’s edge in search of marine life.

There will be another opportunity to visit Seahurst Park during a -3.4 low tide on Wednesday, June 6 at 12:55 PM.

BTB photog Michael Brunk took time out to stroll the beach and put together the following photo gallery. You can click on individual images to view them larger.




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6 Responses to “PHOTOS: The Wonders of Seahurst Park at Low Tide”
  1. Joey Martinez says:

    I was there today with my youngest and his class from 11:45 for 2 hours. I could not believe how far the tide was and the amount of stuff we got to see because of it!

    Joey Martinez

  2. Theresa Redfern says:

    Thank you very much to Mr. Brunk for these wonderful pictures!

  3. Thanks for the feedback, glad you enjoy the photos!

  4. Bo says:

    If you like Mike’s work, he’s also teaching classes at the Burien Community Center.

  5. Nancy Rood says:

    Wow! Very nice photos. Thank you.

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