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Friday, September 13 • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Field trip: Asolimar Beach--Natural History in the Tidepools FULL

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Asilomar State Beach is home to some of the most incredible tidepools on the West Coast -- bring your watercolors and sketchbook down to the water and learn more about the critters that inhabit this rocky environment! Practice quick gesture techniques, record details that can be used for identification, and observe the incredible diversity of adaptations for living between the tides. You will be encouraged to do a little bit of rock scrambling, so wear shoes that can get wet or choose to stay close to shore and observe from the edges.

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Andrea Dingeldein

The Local Naturalist
Andrea Dingeldein (The Local Naturalist) is a marine-focused science illustrator based in Pacific Grove. As a freelance illustrator, she works closely with researchers, marine laboratories, parks, and environmental organizations to create art that communicates scientific information... Read More →

  Field Trip, Practicum
  • Requirements Your sketching kit; water, hat, layers in case the weater is cold, sunscreen, walking shoes, snacks.
  • Location Key #3 on event map