Love the water? Love learning about what’s in the water?

Discover all the amazing creatures that live in the beach by joining the adventure of nighttime low tide exploration under the stars with WSU Beach Watchers
and the Snohomish County Marine Resources Committee.

The events are FREE and for all ages. Hot beverages will be provided to keep you warm, but make sure to bundle up in warm layers, rain gear, and sturdy
footwear or rubber boots. Of course, don’t forget your flashlight!

The first Starlight Beach Walk is in Mukilteo on Tuesday January 10th, 2017. Meet at the shelter next to the restrooms of the
Mukilteo Lighthouse Park 609 Front St, Mukilteo at 7:30PM. The event goes until 8:45PM. Parking is $2 at the park, or free for Mukilteo
residents with a pass.

The second Starlight Beach Walk is scheduled for Tuesday February 7th, 2017 in Edmonds. Meet at the Olympic Beach Visitor Station
on 200 Admiral Way, Edmonds by 7:30PM. Event goes until 8:45PM. There is free street parking. For more information, contact Yolimar
Rivera at yolimar.rivera@wsu.edu or (425) 357-6029. No need to RSVP.

WSU Snohomish County Beach Watchers have been around since 2006. Their mission is to help protect the Puget Sound waters through research, education and
stewardship. They have been doing these winter starlight beach walks in partnership with the Snohomish County Marine Resources Committee since 2010.

WSU Snohomish County Beach Watchers goal in doing these winter beach walks under the stars, is to help people appreciate the beauty and value of our local
beaches and to inspire caring for our Puget Sound waters and resources.

Anyone can join the program and help protect Puget Sound. The 2017 Beach Watcher training starts in March and applications are due in February.

You can learn more about WSU Beach Watchers on their website at: http://www.beachwatchers.wsu.edu/snohomish/.