Love nudibranchs? The tide pools at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve provide homes for many varieties of these lovely sea snails. Four times a year at low tide, a group of volunteers does a nudibranch count at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve and sends the survey results to the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. They tally the number of each species found within a two hour period at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve or nearby Pillar Point.
The latest survey was on January 11, 2013, during a minus tide of -1.4ft.
For more information, visit the FFMR Nudibranch Survey Facebook page: