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What’s The Point?

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

What’s The Point is a free, family-friendly event featuring low tide beach tours, community booths and more at Point Whitehorn Park!

Beach naturalists will be there to help you learn about tidal habitats and the critters who call this place home. We’ll hold scheduled talks to learn about different aspects of the area, and local partners will share more ways to get involved in protecting and exploring this area. Please leave your dogs at home!

We hold this day of beach fun each year during one of the extreme low tides around the summer solstice. This makes for some of the best beachcombing and wildlife sightings you can get.

Event Details: 

Nature talk @ 10:15am: Meet Pam Borso with North Cascades Audubon Society at the start of the ADA accessible trail (by the parking lot) and take a walk back through the park towards the beach to learn about birds, plants, and the ecosystem of the area.

Geology talk @ 11:00-11:30am: Meet Doug Clark, a geology professor at WWU, down at the beach (base of the stairs)  to learn about the geology of Point Whitehorn! This interpretive talk will be around half an hour.


June 22
10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Point Whitehorn Park
6899 Koehn Rd #6601
Blaine, WA 98230 United States
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