Hood Canal Pier Peer Expoloration

Join People For Puget Sound naturalists as they shine a light (literally!) on the creatures of Puget Sound on October 15th from 8pm-9pm at Hood Canal Marina, 5101 E St RTE 106.
You’ll head out on the docks after dark and watch as animals are drawn to submerged lights.  During the fall and winter, visitors range from jellyfish and colorful sea slugs to schools of fish and squid.  And let’s not forget the creepy but compelling polychaete worms!  These centipede-like creatures can grow to be the size of your arm and many have jaws that they shoot out of their mouths to capture prey.


The event is family friendly, but they recommend no children under the age of 8.  Bring a flashlight, and dress warmly.  It can get cold on the pier.  Free for members only $10 for non-members.  Space is limited and reservations are REQUIRED.  Click here.  

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