Salt Marsh Walk During King Tides
Take a walk with docent Gregg Aronson around the wetlands of the wildlife refuge and learn about their history during the King Tides. One of the highest tides of the season will take place at 12:35 p.m.
See examples of salt collection ponds and learn what is being done to convert them back to their original, natural salt marsh state. Hear how wildlife is affected by the two types of habitat, and why it is important to control the rate of conversion from salt ponds back to the salt marshes. Binoculars and/or a camera are recommended.
[Trails are generally level. Surface and trail conditions vary. Please call for accessibility information.]