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cold water collection trip pic intense!!!

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ok so ive been super busy!!!! erghh sorry joel.so its the pics threw the day all jumbled together i didnt have time to go threw and put them in order so it kinda gets confusing(whistle)DOH! so there's pics at the ocean then in the classroom then the tropical reef tank in the classroom then some stuff i forget his name joels bud brought over for the cold water tank then some off the cold water tank itself.

 

sorry for the confusion. i need to go over and make a day of taking pics of the cold water tank it stocked full now!and if your thinking you must go on the next collection trip remember we left at 3am!!!!!!!(nutty)

 

 

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prob my favirote spot right here!crazy cool!!!!

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very cool i always forget how colorful the cold water stuff is. What beach did you go to? Was this during the extra low tide last weekend?

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Thanks Shawn for posting pics. They look awesome!

 

We went to Bob Creek Wayside near Cape Perpetua. It was June 22. Low tide was a minus 2.7 ft at 6:45AM.

 

Very beautiful stuff.

 

I collected using my educator Science collector permit.

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Thanks Shawn for posting pics. They look awesome!

 

We went to Bob Creek Wayside near Cape Perpetua. It was June 22. Low tide was a minus 2.7 ft at 6:45AM.

 

Very beautiful stuff.

 

I collected using my educator Science collector permit.

 

Bob Creek is my favorite tidepool area.

 

Jay

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Yes, there is a rule about collecting no more than 10 specimens that do not fall in the regulated species listed above. Animals like the aggregating anemones could be collected without a shellfish permit on non reserve areas according to the above. Bob Creek Wayside is part of the Neptune State Park and is considered a reserve.

 

Also, the guy who gave me some of the other species is Kenneth Wingertner. He runs a small company called foreshores.net out of Eugene. He decided to fold his business and gave me much of his livestock.

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