David Briggs

Low tides, chill swell and warmish weekend weather along with the allure of catching a glimpse of sea urchins, giant anemones, and rainbow colored nudibranchs (the slug of the sea), brought a handful of people to the typically inaccessible tidepools in the outer reaches of Duxbury Reef on Saturday. One creature noticeably absent on the hike, which was hosted . . .

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