Explore intertidal life at Witty’s Lagoon

Discover the strange and wonderful creatures that appear between the tides

Discover the strange and wonderful creatures that appear between the tides with a Capital Regional District naturalist this Saturday (May 23) at Witty’s Lagoon.

Be prepared to get your feet wet (meaning bring sandals or other type of beach shoes) and meet on the main beach.

Bring more sturdy shoes, as well, though, as the guided walk begins at the end of the 20-minute forest walk to the beach itself from the main parking lot off Metchosin Road.

This free, rain-or-shine discussion/walk begins at 12:30 p.m. and last between 90 minutes and two hours, but guests are asked to show up at least 10 minutes early. Visit crd.bc.ca/about/events for info.

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