Rocky Point Marsh Makers
Liberating a wetland from five acres of NYC flotsam and jetsam
Saturday, October 13, 2012
CUNY students clean up!
Professor Kathleen from CUNY brings her oceanography students out to Rocky Point Marsh to make their own observations of the local ecology. We then engage in a good old-fashioned clean up.
This is the first time I've seen a sea star on this shoreline.
Professor Kathleen and Tony Luscombe, NPS Biological Technician meet with the students afterwards.
Professor Kathleen and Tony Luscombe.
This may be a juvenile northern brown
Storeria d. dekayi
marsh resident we were pleased to meet.
High of 55 °F | Humidity (avg) 44% | Wind @ 9 mph (SSW) | High Tide 5.9 ft. @ 6:27 AM | Moon 8% visible.
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