Low Tide at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve
March 8 & 9, 2004

Bouy at Moss Beach - it is over 20 feet high

Each spring thousands of these drifting jellyfish get beached on the coast

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve at low tide.  All of the rocks you see past the sand are normally underwater.  It's like this from Mavericks to Moss Beach.

CJ & Robby. If you look closely you can see hundreds of purple urchins in the tidepools all around them.